***IMPORTANT: Before adding citations to your EndNote library***
Journal Term Lists: Some styles require the use of National Library of Medicine or other journal title abbreviations. The journal term list feature in EndNote is used to perform automatic substitution of abbreviated journal names in formatted bibliographies. EndNote comes loaded with journal term lists and are available in the EndNote folder where you installed the program.
To import a term list file to Endnote:
Filters: A filter tells EndNote how to import references from online databases and catalogs. Without the correct filter, EndNote will not be able to import references. EndNote automatically comes installed with many filters. If you need a filter that doesn't come with EndNote, visit http://endnote.com/support/enfilters.asp to obtain additional filters.
Output Styles: Output styles tell EndNote how to format citations. Styles are available for individual journals or for general styles (APA, AMA, NLM, Chicago, etc.). Without the correct style, EndNote will not be able to properly format your citations. EndNote automatically comes with many output styles. However, there may be styles that you may need that do not come with EndNote. Visit http://endnote.com/support/enstyles.asp to obtain additional output styles.
Optimizing EndNote for finding Full Text Articles: Before you begin using EndNote, make changes to the Full Text Preferences to allow access to full-text resources licensed by OhioLINK through the EBSCO Linksource.