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Use EndNote with Word
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Download and install EndNote
License key /Product key
Introduction to EndNote
Creating an EndNote Library
Backing up EndNote Library
Additional output styles
PDF management & find full text
Input References to EndNote
Adding references manually
Adding references from library catalogue
Export references from databases
Import PDF files
Use EndNote with Word
Creating a reference list
Adding citations in Word
Editing & managing citations
Selecting and changing styles
EndNote field codes
Missing EndNote toolbar
Advanced Endnote Issues
Long documents (e.g. theses)
Using term list
Share EndNote Library
Sync & access from multiple machines
Collaborating using Endnote
EndNote and AGLC
Cite While You Write
Why Use Cite While You Write (CWYW)?
CWYW allows you to use your EndNote references to insert citations in a Microsoft Word document.
CWYW automatically creates a bibliography from the inserted citations.
CWYW allows you to change the format of your citations and bibliography.
How do I get Cite While
Need to have Microsoft Word installed on your computer before you install EndNote.
When you install EndNote on your computer, an EndNote menu is automatically added to your Microsoft Word toolbar.
Different versions of EndNote have issues with Track Changes. Refer to this knowledge base article for more information:
EndNote Issues with Track Changes
The Endnote Toolbar in Word
When EndNote is installed, a new CWYW Toolbar automatically appears in Microsoft Word so that references in your library can be incorporated into your Word documents.
This Toolbar allows you to
Search for citations and insert them into your paper.
Use Edit & Manage Citations to add information such as page numbers, or delete a reference.
Select a Style to format your document, eg. APA6th or Harvard.
Jump directly to your EndNote Library.
Convert your final document to a plain Word Document without the EndNote field codes.
Set preferences from automatic formatting to unformatted (or temporary) citations.
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