Many referencing styles require that journal names be in title case:
Sentence case - International journal of electrical engineering & education
Title case - International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Education
If One Search sends a record to EndNote with the name of the journal in sentence case rather than title case, editing the record in EndNote will not stop the journal appearing with the wrong capitalisation in your Word document. This is because EndNote remembers the capitalisation of journal names in the Journals Term List. You will need to edit the Journals Term List before the journal name will display correctly in your Word document.
Library tab > Open Term Lists > Journal Terms List > Highlight the journal name > Edit Term... > Edit the journal name in the top box (Full Journal:) > OK > Close
Tools tab > Open Term Lists > Journal Terms List > Highlight the journal name > Edit Term... > Edit the journal name in the top box (Full Journal:) > OK > Close
EndNote tab > Update citations and bibliography
Go to This PC > Program Files (x86) > Configure EndNote.exe
If that doesn’t work:
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