09-23-2009 05:06 PM
I am formatting a paper using the American Association of Artifical Intelligence (AAAI) template (it's attached). When I generate my bibliography, which should also change the unformated in-text citations to proper formating, I got an error message. I make sure all the citations are unformated and there are no lingering curly braces. I am pretty dilligent about not deleting without using EndNote commands, but I usually work with unformated citations.
The same error happens when I try to generate a bibliography using just the template. This leads me to believe that there is an error with the template. Please help. You can find the documet here:
10-02-2009 08:19 AM
I tested the template using Word 2007 and EndNote X3 and also got the same error message ("Object has been deleted"). I tried saving the file in different formats and even copying the content to a new document but nothing worked. However, inserting citations and formatting a bibliography occurs without a hitch - as long as the template isn't used.
Ditching this template and developing your own might be the way to go.
10-02-2009 10:36 AM
04-30-2014 08:55 AM
Hello everyone. Because I still got the same problem after 5 years, I simply solved it temporarily by CUTTING the footnote from the end of the first heading, having endnote add the bibliography and then pasting it where it was. Solved.
10-29-2014 10:32 PM
Try closing and re-opening the word document.
I just spent an hour with this issue just now, and finally I closed and re-opened my word document and magically the error disappeared. Don't know why, but it worked for me.
a week ago
Hi, I have been struggling to find a .ens file for AAAI format. I tried using J of Artificial Intelligence and Chicago Author-Date format, but they are not same as what is required for a conference that uses AAAI format. It will be a great help if you can share the style file which I can use.
Thanks in advance!
In requests like this, it would help to define how the styles don't match, so we can help you modify them.
That requires detailed information on the style requirements, usually from the publishers page. (but as a new poster, you won't be able to paste in a URL, so you should copy the text or say how to locate it verbally).
Afterall, we are just other users like yourself, and we shouldn't be expected to have to google the instructions to help you.
I guess they are here: http://www.aaai.org/Press/Author/authorguide.php#r
But you already know how these might differ from the styles you compared, so itemizing those differences will still be helpful and someone can help make the modifications, which is what makes this program so powerful!
(P.S. Leanne is grumpy today, sorry about that)