Once you have inserted a citation, you should not edit it directly.
If you make any changes within the brackets of a citation it will disappear when the bibliography re-formats.
You must use ‘Edit & Manage Citation(s)’:
To omit an author’s name from a citation:
If using an author-date style and you wish to use the author's name as part of the text, you will want to exclude the author's name from the EndNote citation.
To do this:
To add a page number:
Correcting in-text citation mistakes
If you notice an error in an author's name (e.g. a spelling error) in your Word in-text citations, DO NOT correct it directly in the document - this can disrupt the coding and corrupt your document.
Instead, do the following:
You can watch the videos below to see how the Edit and Manage Citations process looks on Windows and Mac.
Includes how to add page numbers, prefixes or suffixes to a citation, how to remove author names from a citation, how to add new references to an existing grouped citation, or remove references from a citation.