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Let's see what happens with a standard \endnote command: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{endnotes} \newcommand{\foo}{foo} % just for the test \begin{document} Some text.\endnote{With a \foo{} explanation.} \end{document} After processing this document, you'll find a file with extension .ent containing \@doanenote {1} macro:->With a \foo {} ...


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Apparently \BODY is not expanded when the endnote text is processed, due to a complicated interaction between LaTeX's footnote commands, endnote's redefinition of them, and the environ package. So (thanks to @clemens), we have to renew the Footnote environment to add two \expandafter commands. This makes sure the \BODY is expanded before it is written to ...


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When you use a class that has a \chapter command then per default enotez uses \chapter* for the heading of the list. And as you're probably aware of \chapter calls \clearpage which explains the new page. This is explained in the option section of enotez' documentation: list-heading = {<sectioning command including argument>} You can use ...


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Suppose the path of your bibtex file is D:\abc.bib and the path of JabRef is D:\JabRef-3.0.jar, you can generate endnote file D:\abc.enw using the following command on windows: D:\JabRef-3.0.jar -o D:\abc.enw,endnote -n true D:\abc.bib Click here for the reference of the command line options. You can also create a windows batch script (.bat) for ...



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