Answered By: Digital Library Services Team
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2015     Views: 30

Some output styles can accommodate page numbers (eg MLA) but if the style you want to use does not, then there is an easy way to add page numbers to a citation in your Word document:

  • Right-click on the citation to highlight it.

  • Click on Edit citation(s) on the EndNote Web toolbar.

  • In the EndNote Web Edit & Manage Citations box, enter the page details in the Suffix box. Remember that you need to type in exactly what you want to appear in the citation, for example type , p.9 or , 9, depending on the way you want the pagination to appear. If you prefer the page reference to come at the beginning of the citation, use the Prefix box instead, and again type in exactly what you want the pagination to look like, e.g. 9, or p.9, .

If using the MMU Harvard referencing style you should add page references to citations as a Suffix, using a colon followed by the page number, eg :9