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Can I use more than one Style within a document – I want citations of one particular source to appear in the way that is the standard for that source?

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Can I use more than one Style within a document – I want citations of one particular source to appear in the way that is the standard for that source?

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A. You can’t have more than one Style – each time you “format bibliography” every citation in the file will be reformatted according to the Style chosen on that occasion. The solution suggested to the above problem is to create a specific Reference Type for that source and edit your Style for that Reference Type accordingly. Good instructions as to how to do all this can be found by going to EndNote’s Help file and searching on “reference type”.

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