To insert a citation in a Word document:
To add a pinpoint to your citation:
As you insert citations into your document, EndNote will convert your citations to 'ibid' or 'above n' as needed.
However, for 'above n' citations EndNote cannot detect the number of the footnote at which you previously cited the source. You will need to insert a cross reference:
As you edit and add to your document, these cross-referenced numbers will not automatically update, but you can refresh and update all your cross-references at once by:
Once you have your note you can add your pinpoint manually (rather than use the ‘Edit and Manage Citation’ option) e.g. Type a close bracket ")" then a full stop. If you have a pinpoint type the close bracket, a space, then the pinpoint, then a full stop.
As you insert more footnotes into the documents Word will automatically renumber the main footnote numbers as necessary. However, the numbers in the "(n footnote number)" cross-references need to be separately updated to reflect these changes. This is easy! To update the cross-references: