Q: EndNote is defaulting to Author-Date when I cite EndNote references (bottom on page). How do I fix that that?
Make sure you have selected the correct output style in the EndNote program (Tools > Output Style > Chicago 17th) and be sure to do the same in Word at the top bar (EndNote > Style > Chicago 17th. Update Citations and Bibliography).
Hopefully this does the trick!
When it comes to exporting references, the cataloguing system does not always get it right. That is why the proof-read citation box appears when downloading a citation. However, if your keen eyes have noticed something wrong with a citation, here is how to fix it in your EndNote Library.
Click Edit to make changes to incorrect fields.
After any changes have been made, click save.
If you notice that your edits have not been made to your Word document, be sure to click Update Citations and Bibliography in the EndNote toolbar.
EndNote will give you three options to choose from:
Determine if the capitalization you want is selected (by default) for the output style of choice:
Note: In Word, you will need to select your new output style in the style dropdown menu and click update citations and bibliography.