Am Sonntag, 17. März 2013, 07:34:37 schrieb kseeful: > Thank you Jeremy! Still a very helpful post! (: > > > Jeremy M. Kritt wrote > > > Dear Ed: > > > > Your problem is easy to solve. Be not afraid! You need to add a label > > to each reference in Endnote; afterwards, export it to a Bibtex file. > > > > When you enter Endnote, open a reference in your Endnote library. > > Scroll down and you will see a field titled "Label." The label will > > become the Bibtex key in your .bib file when you export to the .bib > > file. The Bibtex key is important because it is the reference's > > unique identifier. Without it, the .bib entry for a particular > > reference is incomplete and unrecognizable for processing. > > > > For a reference like Nahm, A.C. (1996). Korea: Tradition & > > Transformation, Seoul, Hollym International Corp. I would make the > > label Nahm1996 (no spaces). > > > > Unfortunately, you will have to make labels for the entire library you > > want > > to export. This can be time consuming; however, you will get into the > > habit > > of entering a label when you enter new references to Endnote in the > > future.
What about importing the endnote references into jabref, label all of them there (with just a click) and exporting them back into Endnote (if you want to stick with Endnote)? Wolfgang > > > > If you plan to export references from Endnote to Bibtex format often, > > then I > > recommend that you make your the label field display in your Endnote > > library > > window. You can adjust this in Endnote's settings. Be careful with > > prolific > > writers that publish more than once in the same year. Expanding my > > example above, I would make these types of labels like the following: > > Nahm1996a, Nahm1996b, Nahm1996c, etc. > > > > After you have made all of your labels, export the library and you > > will see > > all of the references. Try exporting one reference in the manner I > > have described and you will understand how it works. This took me > > several hours to figure out on my own. I had nobody to help me and > > the documentation was scarce, but I am glad to help you. > > > > Peace be with you and good luck! > > > > Sincerely, > > > > Jeremy M. Kritt > > Seoul National University of Technology > > Seoul, South Korea > > -- > View this message in context: > http://lyx.475766.n2.nabble.com/EndNote-X1-BibTeX-output-and-LyX-tp4812 > 95p7580211.html Sent from the LyX - Users mailing list archive at > Nabble.com. -- --------------------------------- Wolfgang Engelmann Schlossgartenstrasse 22 D-72070 Tübingen Tel 07071 68325