Using the EndNote Tools in WordGetting Citations from EndNote to MS WordFormatting EndNote Citations in MS WordCreate a Separate Bibliography with EndNoteBibliography from Multiple DocumentsHyperlink Citations in a BibliographyUsing manuscript templates in WordGrouping Multiple CitationsMissing EndNote Toolbar in Word
EndNote terminologySetting EndNote PreferencesWorking with Libraries in EndNoteEndNote Term ListsEndNote Output StylesEndnote Reference TypesEndNote Quick EditImporting into EndNoteEndNote Export/Import TableEndNote Export Flow ChartSearching EndNote LibrariesOrganizing References in EndnoteEnter References ManuallyInsert EndNote References into PowerPoint
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Last Updated: Oct 7, 2014 URL: http://libguides.utoledo.edu/endnote Print Guide RSS Updates

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About EndNote

What is EndNote bibliographic management software and why use it?

  • Keeps a record of your citations
  • Provides a searchable catalog of reprint files
  • Makes citing references easier
  • Makes reformatting reference lists much easier
EndNote is available for download to UT affiliates from https://myutaccount.utoledo.edu/

 

For requirements to run EN: For Windows visit http://endnote.com/en/requirements

Help with EndNote

This library  guide has online help sheets and a list of online resources available for EndNote, or ask for help by phone, email, or instant message at http://libguides.utoledo.edu/askalibrarian.

The reference librarians will provide as much assistance as they can. Please be aware, however, that variations among home computers and laptops make it impossible to be able to address every issue that may arise.

EndNote training videos are available through http://youtube.com/endnotetraining

Available EndNote Training

For one-on-one, small group, or classroom instruction, please contact:

EndNote Guides

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