EndNote can be used to cite and format references in a manuscript. EndNote installs a tab in the Word toolbar. The ribbon has three sections: Citations, Bibliography, and Tools:
Insert Citation Dropdown Tools:
Go to EndNote: Launches EndNote or, if EndNote is already open, brings EndNote to the front of the desktop so that one or more references can be highlighted
Edit & Manage Citations: Allows editing of references, such as removing author name or year, or adding page numbers
Edit Library Reference(s): Allows editing of EndNote references from within Word (such as hiding the author name or adding page numbers); see the EndNote Getting Started Guide or the Help feature within EndNote for details.
Update Citations and Bibliography: Automatically updates the Word document with changes made to citations in EndNote.
Convert Citations & Bibliography Dropdown Tools:
Configure Bibliography: Accessible by clicking on the small arrow in the Bibliography section of the Word EndNote Toolbar . Formats or reformats the references according to the selected output style. Also allows editing of font and line spacing (Layout tab) The formatting process replaces the temporary citations with formatted citations and builds a formatted reference list at the end of the manuscript.
Export to EndNote Drop-down tools: