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Endnote: Getting Started  

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Endnote Help

Endnote Help:

Endnote Online User Guides
(for both Windows & Mac)
      Endnote X7
      Endnote X6

Endnote Training
videos, PDFs,
   -online classes taught by Endnote

Endnote Youtube Channel
   -short "how to" videos,
   -online class recordings (taught by Endnote


    Endnote: Database Instructions

    See below for the specific instructions needed to export citation data from the various article databases. 

    Windows Instructions 
         (aka Filters & Connection Files)

    Macintosh Instructions
         (aka Filters & Connection Files)


      Endnote Web

      Two versions of Endnote are available:

            this page explains Endnote WEB,

            all other pages in this guide refer to the Desktop Version of Endnote.


        Getting Started With Endnote Web

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        Getting Started with EndNote Web
        Collect Organize Format
        1 Collect 2 Organize 3 Format
        Collect references from electronic and traditional sources. Organize your references for your research topics and papers. Create a formatted bibliography for your paper or cite references while you write.

          Endnote Web: In 5 Easy Steps

          1. Register for an account

          2. Getting References INTO Endnote

               from Web of Science:

          • Log on to Endnote Web
          • Search Web of Science, from the Web of Science results screen:
            • select citations to export,                                           
              • click on the radio button    
              • choose                       
            • select record format to send, choose:   (Author, Title, Source, and Abstract)
            • click SEND
          • Export will happen automatically


          from  SciFinder:

          • Select citations to export (use checkboxes)
          • Click EXPORT  (near top right) 
          • Choose TAGGED FORMAT (*.txt)
          • Name it or note the name of the file

          • Log on to Endnote Web
          • Select COLLECT tab 
          • Select IMPORT REFERENCES
          • Enter:
            • File:  Enter name of file
            • Import option:  SciFinder (CAS)
            • To:  Select group (library) where citations should be imported
          • Click IMPORT

          You can also cut and paste, or enter citations manually

          3.  Create Libraries (two methods)

          • ORGANIZE tab
            • MANAGE MY GROUPS 
            • New Group  


          • MY REFERENCES tab
            • Select references for new library
            • ADD TO GROUP --> New Group

          Getting References OUT of Endnote

          • Create List of References:
            • Select  FORMAT tab
            • Select BIBLIOGRAPHY
              • References: choose library
              • Bibliographic Style: choose citation style
              • File Format: choose RTF
            • Choose:  SAVE, EMAIL or Preview & Print
          • Cite While You Write
            • Let's you embed citations in your Word document, while using Endnote Web to format them
            • For help, see: Endnote Online User Guide

          5.  Sharing References
          Allows you to share references with others

          • ORGANIZE tab
          • Manage My Groups
          • Manage Sharing
            • Add email(s)



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