1) I have a list of endnotes for each document in my book file. For some documents (chapters) they go out of order. Is there some option to force it to be in the order they appear in the text?
2) I have my endnotes at the end of each chapter because I have read so many threads about the missing features in InDesign for book file endnotes (in a separate document). I was suggested this script, but it is for footnotes and not for endnotes: https://creativepro.com/files/kahrel/indesign/end-of-book_notes.html Is there at this point anything worth trying? I'm really looking to not spend too much time on the references - so I prefer having them at the back of each chapter rather than doing them manually and having them in the back of the book.
The endnotes should appear in order based on your text flow. If you have independent text frames on a page that are not linked together, InDesign determines the order and sometimes not in a logical way. Is there any chance you can thread the frames togher on the page?
Your answer helped me pin it down. Inside my text frame, I have separate frames with quotes. Now I have just placed the Vancouver references in the primary text frame. I'm sure with the Jedi answer that it could be done the other way, but I'll just keep it simple for now.