[Chemistry Macros for Corel WordPerfect v. 2.2]
This macro in an front-end to the original WordPerfect EndNote tool. Using this you can manage endnote numbers in your document. NOTE: To use this macro correctly read the WordPerfect manual/help for more information on Foot/Endnotes.
First place the insertion point at the top of your document and choose menu Insert > Endnote > Options to change numbering style (counter style, position, spacing, etc)
To add a new endnote:
place the insertion point where you want to display an endnote number; run the macro and choose option 1 "New Endnote..." and type a descriptive name of your endnote, such as "^Ingham-ChemRev-1960". Next type the full text of your reference, such as "Ingham, R. K.; Rosenberg, S. D.; Gilman, H. Chem. Rev. 1960, 60, 459".
To add a number of previously mentioned endnote:
place the insertion point where you want to display endnote number; run the macro and choose option 2 "Existing Endnote..." and type a descriptive name of your endnote (Windows), or select it using menu (Linux, NOTE: be sure to change the Reference type to Endnote).
You will see the "?" mark, instead a number. To convert "?" symbols into the numbers choose option 3 "Generate..."
Using this macro you can add and/or delete endnotes freely, in any order. WordPerfect will increase or decrease counters of them for you, so you will get a document with proper and logically numbered references/notes.
NOTE: Read the WordPerfect manual/help for more information on Endnotes/footnotes. Play with the WordPerfect Endnote feature to learn how it works. Be sure that this macro is in "alpha stage" of functionality. At this moment
@endnote.wcm macro offers only one counter level (i.e. letters in endnote counters such as 1a, 2a,b are not increased or decreased automatically.
Charles (Karol) Grela.
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