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How to Insert and Edit Secondary Citations or Indirect Citations in Word Using EndNote

    When crafting academic papers, it’s essential to cite your sources accurately. Sometimes, you encounter information indirectly—through secondary sources. These secondary citations refer to content that was originally reported in another work. In this article, we’ll explore how to insert and edit secondary citations in Microsoft Word using EndNote.

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