Writing papers in Word using EndNote Web for references
The style is not right!!! What is wrong?
On the EndNote Web ribbon in Word, choose the desired style from the pull-down menu. If the style is not listed, then go to the Format tab in EndNote Web and click on the Bibliography link. To add a style, click on the Select Favorites link. It is that easy to change from one style to another.
For author-date styles: Editing the citation in Word
If you are using an Output Style that inserts the author and/or year into the text of the Word document (Smith, 2000), you can edit a specific citation. Place your cursor on the reference in the text. Click on Edit Citation on the toolbar and edit the citation as needed. This will only edit how that citation appears -- no other citations are affected. If the page number(s) needs to be included, then use the “Add suffix” box or the “Pages” box. Oddly enough, the “Add suffix” box is what works best in many reference styles.
In the EndNote Web record
Although Word allows one to make changes in the citations within the "gray text" of the cited references section, do not do this! If you ever reformat the "changed" Word document, any changes made within "gray text" will be undone when Word looks back at EndNote Web for details about the citation. Instead, make the changes to record for the citation in EndNote Web.