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    • #11217
      kk
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      Since some of us are using EndNote, it would be nice to share our experience. EndNote is a nice, complex software to edit bibliography, very useful in the process of manuscript preparation.

      My question would be; when format the bibliography EndNote offers you millions of output styles. It takes forever to find the one I need. I want my references looking like this:

      1 Smith A, Hudson D (2007) This is the title of the article. Nat Med 9, 918-21

      So I want it to be numbered, but if I select the output style "Numbered", it also formats the authors and title too much (bold, italic, and so on). The maximum I want is maybe the journal name in italic. I could go on and try all output styles one by one, but if you know a particular style similar to my wish please write me. tx

    • #92381
      kk
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      The "FEBS Letters" output style is ALMOST perfect, except when it is too many authors it only shown the first author and "et al."

    • #92384
      canalon
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      Any style can be edited. If you are almost happy with the FEBS letters one, start with it, edit it and save it under a new name.

    • #92651
      kk
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      I did, thank you!

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