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How to keep the citation as one unit without using Ctrl+shift+space?

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it is more proffesinal to keep the citation in the same line. i'm very thankful to Paul who has indicated how to keep them togather using Ctrl+shift+space. is there anyway to make this as default in this case? otherwise, we are forced to do it manually each time!!!!!

i think that there should be a way! but not sure!



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Hi Jamal,

There is no setting to make that the default and, if you apply Ctrl-Shift-Space to a citation, it will revert to standard spaces when you update the fields in the document. If you need to keep a citation all one one line, you could select the citation, press Ctrl-F9 to embed it in a new field (ie { 'Citation' }), edit the field so that you get {MACROBUTTON NoMacro 'Citation'}, then press F9 to update.
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Hi Jamal,

There is no setting to make that the default and, if you apply Ctrl-Shift-Space to a citation, it will revert to standard spaces when you update the fields in the document. If you need to keep a citation all one one line, you could select the citation, press Ctrl-F9 to embed it in a new field (ie { 'Citation' }), edit the field so that you get {MACROBUTTON NoMacro 'Citation'}, then press F9 to update.
Thank you for the answer Paul.

do u have demo file that shows how can i apply this method?

I'm using the ENDNOTE software for the citation... is that Ok?

i couldn't get the {MACROBUTTON NoMacro 'Citation'}!!!!! should i type it or get it from Word????

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Hi Jamal,

There is no setting to make that the default and, if you apply Ctrl-Shift-Space to a citation, it will revert to standard spaces when you update the fields in the document. If you need to keep a citation all one one line, you could select the citation, press Ctrl-F9 to embed it in a new field (ie { 'Citation' }), edit the field so that you get {MACROBUTTON NoMacro 'Citation'}, then press F9 to update.
Appreciated Paul.

i got it.

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