Create an EndNote Library Open the EndNote programme Select the “Create a new EndNote library” option and click OK
Create an EndNote Library The “New Reference Library” box will appear Name the library and select a folder and save your new EndNote Library
Adding References You can now enter references manually to your new library or import them electronically from databases such as PubMed
Manually Adding References to EndNote Click on Reference >>New Reference The default Reference Type is Journal Article but this can be changed by choosing from the drop down menu Enter the reference according to the fields provided. For the author field type one author per line. Brown, John • There must be a space or period between initials. Periods are optional with initials. John Brown There should be no commas where the name is entered in “first last” format
Importing Citations from PubMed Select citations you wish to import from your PubMed search results Click Send to>>File and select Medline from the Format option Click Create file, name the file and save it in the appropriate folder.
Importing Citations from PubMed Click File>>Import>>Choose file and then select the text file you just saved Select PubMed (NLM) from Import Option and then click Import. Your PubMed citations will then be imported into your EndNote library.
Exporting References from EBSCOhost From your search results click Add to folder for each citation you would like to export. Click Folder view in the right hand column.
Select Direct Export in RIS Format and then SAVE.
Exporting References from EBSCOhost Double click on the new file, select EndNote and click OK. Open the file of your EndNote library. Your EBSCOhost citations are now in your library.
Creating a Bibliography Click Edit>>Open styles>>Open style manager and select the output styles you want in your list. Close the window then click Edit>>Output styles and select one for your bibliography Click File>>Print preview to see how your bibliography looks.
Generating a Bibliography From EndNote Library Click File>>Export Name the bibliography and select RTF from the “Save as type” option From the “Output style” option select the citation style Save in the appropriate folder
Adding Citations to a Word Document In your Word document place your cursor where you want to place a citation Click Insert citation In the window displayed enter a word or group of words within the relevant citation and click Search.
Select the reference that you would like to cite inyour paper.Click Tools>>Cite while you write>>Insertselected citation(s)
For further information contact...Medical Branch LibraryTelephone: 927-1073Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @uwimonamedlib