- Open this PDF document, which has almost all the examples in the NZLSG manual.
- Paragraph numbers in the NZLSG manual are entered in the “Research Notes” field.
- Any special instructions are included in the Notes field.
- Alternatively, if you want to see the examples in EndNote itself, you can download and open this EndNote Library that has almost all the NZLSG citation examples (“NZLSG_2nd_Canterbury-FullGuideExemplars”)
- To display “Research Notes” in the EndNote library window, click Edit > Preferences > Display Fields > in Column 7 select “Research Notes” > click OK. You can then click “Research Notes” at the top of the column to sort the library by the Research Notes field.
- Any special instructions are included in the Notes field. Open a reference to view the details.
- Download and open Open this Word document with all the examples in the EndNote the PDF document (and the EndNote library “NZLSG_2nd_Canterbury-FullGuideExemplars”), along with notes about workarounds and limitations.
- The NZLSG_2nd_Canterbury output style can be used with EndNote versions X4 or later. It was created using EndNote X5.
- Any EndNote libraries created for the 1st edition of the NZLSG using the NZLSG_X4-lite output style will be largely compatible with this style.
- To ensure correct layout of bibliographies, it will be necessary to copy across the Bibliography Headings records from the “NZLSG_2nd_Canterbury-QuickReferenceGuideExemplars” library (see sections 1b and 3 “Bibliography”) and update the labels in existing records of the old EndNote library.
- The NZLSG_2nd_Canterbury output style is not compatible, however, with libraries created with the previous “NZLSG” output style (also named "NZLSG_X4-needs_own_Ref_Type_Table").