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Can I scan Word files that have EndNote citations?

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Can I scan Word files that have EndNote citations?

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Usually. Follow these steps: 1) The key is to make sure that the EndNote record number in the citation matches the Bookends unique ID for that reference. To do this, export your EndNote library as XML (requires EndNote 7 or later). Import this into a fresh Bookends database and the EndNote record numbers will now be Bookends unique ID numbers. 2) Open your document in Microsoft Word and use the EndNote unformat command if the citations were entered with Cite While You Write. All citations should now be visible in their temporary form (for example, surrounded by curly brackets). 3) Scan the document with Bookends (make sure that the citation delimiters, such as curly brackets, as set in Bookends Preferences are the same as those used by EndNote).

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