Yes, but the first endnotes must contain the complete reference of the source (i.e., author name, title, city of publication and publishers (in parentheses), the date of the publication and the page number(s) while subsequent references should be shortened to include only the author name, abbreviated title and page number or author and page number depending on citation style. If you’re using the automatic endnote feature on Word, endnotes will be numbered sequentially. If you want to refer to the same endnote number(s) again, Microsoft Word’s endnote feature can help you do this efficiently.
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