The Cite While You Write (CWYW) function allows you to insert references from your Endnote library into a Word document while you are writing. You can add these references as footnotes.
For legal referencing using AGLC, you will need to add any pinpoints to the footnote itself.
Note: You'll notice that the original full stop at the end of the reference is still there, in this example after the 116. You will need to remove this unwanted full stop that precedes the pinpoint after converting your document to plain text for submission.
You can edit a footnote to add discursive text. Any text that needs to appear before the reference is entered as a prefix. Any text that needs to appear after the reference is entered as a suffix. The footnote templates are set up to add a full stop after the reference. This full stop will precede anything added to the suffix field. You can remove this full stop after converting your document to plain text for submission.
Example: This legislation is designed to protect original works in a specific format rather than the concepts they express: Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)
Example: University of Western Australia v Gray  FCAFC 116 . The judge found that in the absence of a specific requirement to produce inventions as part of his employment, Dr Gray's inventions were his intellectual property under the Patents Act 1990 (Cth).
Example: Note that s 43 of Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) specifies a fair dealing exception for legal practitioners giving professional advice to clients.
If you can't locate or access the original source, you may need to resort to using the quote from that source that you found in another document you did read. It's a bit more work than an ordinary footnote and you will have to check and edit the punctuation after converting your document to plain text for submission.
We'll use the example in the Academic Learning Centre's Turabian guide.
Jean Riolan, Opuscula Anatomica Nova (London: Flesher, 1649), 44, quoted in Lucian Petrescu, “Descartes on the Heartbeat: The Leuven Affair,” Perspectives on Science 21, no. 4 (Winter 2013): 399.
Your footnote will look like this:
Jean Riolan, Opuscula Anatomica Nova (London: Flesher, 1649); 44, quoted in Lucian Petrescu, “Descartes on the Heartbeat: The Leuven Affair,” Perspectives on Science 21, no. 4 (Winter 2013): 399.
You will notice that it has a semicolon after (London: Flesher, 1649). You'll need to fix this after converting to plain text for submission.
In your reference list you'll see both sources. You'll need to combine them after converting your document to plain text ready for submission.
Petrescu, Lucian. "Descartes on the Heartbeat: The Leuven Affair." Perspectives on Science 21, no. 4 (Winter 2013): 397-428.
Riolan, Jean. Opuscula Anatomica Nova. London: Flesher, 1649.
Never delete footnote citations by using the delete or backspace keys. It can corrupt your document. You need to remove the formatting that links the citation in your document with the matching record in your EndNote library. Removing a footnote is a 2 part process. First, remove the EndNote citation from the document footer. Second, remove the in-text marker for the footnote from the paragraph it’s in.
To safely delete a footnote:
You can change referencing styles in your Word document by selecting another style and updating your citations and bibliography. However, you can't change referencing formats this way. If you have been formatting your references as in-text citations, switching to the footnote format requires a bit of extra work. For a small number of references, maybe a dozen or fewer, you can easily work through the document to remove each in-text citation and replace it with a footnote. For longer documents with larger reference lists, you can use a Word macro to enable the conversion. PLEASE NOTE that this is an advanced technique.
For more information see Clarivate's community conversation on Converting in-text citations to footnotes/endnotes. It has the macro coding and instructions for creating the macro in Word using Windows 7. For Windows 10, you can run the new macro from the View Macros window. The new intext2footnote macro will appear at the end of the list there.