Monday, 22 August 2016


More than just a reference manager. EndNote moves you through the research process as you search, organize, write, publish and share.

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  • Creating a library
  • Adding references
    • Manual way
    • Import from Databases – including finding full text and attaching files
  • Working with reference styles
  • Bibliographic templates
  • Setting preferences
  • Working with custom groups, smart groups, group sets
  • Importing references – databases, google scholar etc
  • Finding full text and attaching and working with pdf files
  • Cite While You Write (In-Text Citation)
  • Working with Word – inserting citations and managing bibliographies


  • Installation issue
  • Speed up your endnote indexing
  • Working with custom groups, smart groups, group sets
  • Updating EndNote references from a Word document
  • Typing citations into a Word document
  • Global editing of references
  • Combining ‘chapters’.
  • Manuscript templates
  • Subject bibliographies
  • Working with figures and tables
  • Managing file attachments
  • Importing a journal title list (full title list or journal abbreviation names)
  • Customising EndNote Preferences (adjust fonts, adjust fields)
  • Customising Reference Types (add, rename or delete fields)
  • Creating a new Reference Type
  • Editing a reference style (APA, MLA, Harvard)
  • Using a footnoting style in MWord from Endnote
  • Exporting non-EndNote references from Word or other list into an EndNote library
  • Synchronising with and using EndNote online/Endnote web for collaboration
  • using EndNote in PowerPoint presentations

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