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This presentation will introduce you to using the Cite While You Write (CWYW) feature for EndNote X6 on Mac.

This presentation will introduce you to using the Cite While You Write (CWYW) feature for EndNote X6 on Mac.

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  • An introduction to EndNote Cite While You Write Mac Edition
  • Cite While You Write allows you to add citations and build a bibliography as you write in Word.
  • To get started, open a new or existing Word document and your EndNote Library and place your cursor where your citation should appear.
  • On the EndNote CWYW toolbar, click on the drop down menu next to Style to select your citation style.
  • On the CWYW toolbar, click the magnifying class icon to search for a citation.
  • Search for an item in your EndNote Library.
  • Choose what format you need for your in-text citation.
  • Your citation will appear in the text of your document.
  • You can also select items to be cited directly from your EndNote Library.
  • In your EndNote Library, choose the items to be cited. (Tip: Hold down Cmnd to select multiple items.)
  • On the CWYW toolbar, choose the appropriate icon to insert selected citations.
  • Selected items will appear in your document.
  • Citations can also be edited.
  • To edit a citation, on the CWYW toolbar, click on the icon to edit citations.
  • Choose a citation and then edit the information as needed. You can also edit information about the reference in your EndNote library to make permanent changes to that source.
  • Remember that you may still need to make some formatting changes to your bibliography to conform to your chosen citation style.
  • For example, for APA style, this references list will need to be double-spaced.
  • Always double-check your citations against the style guide for a given citation style.
  • Questions? Call: 336.841.9101 Email: reference@highpoint.edu Chat: highpoint.edu/library/ask-us Text: 336.289.9974