Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au Last Updated: Sep 29, 2015 Views: 17226
Step 1. Create sections in the Word document.
In the word toolbar go to Insert Menu, choose Breaks and then select on of the four options under Sections break types: Next Page, Continuous, Even Page, or Odd Page.
Step 2. In EndNote choose either option A) select a predefined style that creates bibliographies at the end of each section or option B) modify an exisiting output style.
Option A. Select a predefined style.
In EndNote go to the Bibliographic output style box located at the top of the page and select a predefined style. E.g. APA 6th (sections), Chicago 15th B (sections). If EndNote does not contain a predefined output style then go to option B.
Option B. Modify an existing output style
1. In EndNote to go to the Edit menu, choose Output Style and select Open Style manager.
2. Select the style you want to copy and click Edit.
3. Without making any changes to the file, choose Save As from the File menu.
4. Give this copy of the file a new name and save it.
5.Click on the Sections panel in the output style and select 'Create a bibliography for each section'
6.Close the window and select save.
The new output style is ready to use from Format bibliography within the Endnote toolbar in Word or from the bibliographic output style box in Endnote.
NB: For option B it is important to copy the required style and give it a unique name before making any changes. This leaves the original style intact.