Bibliographic Reference Software
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This guide provides a basic to intermediate overview of a range of EndNote features. Both the desktop and Web versions of EndNote are covered. The information in this guide was designed for EndNote version X4. Previous EndNote versions have less functionalities. The functionalities they do have are similar to later versions so you can migrate your records from previous versions into the latest version.
EndNote is a bibliographic record management software platform. With EndNote you can
Create store and search bibliographic references in personal reference libraries
Search online databases and journals and import references directly into your EN libraries
Automatically build and format bibliographies into Word documents for publishing articles, submitting grants, and keeping your C.V’s current
Share access and editing bibliographies on the web.
I'll be adding more to this guide as I gather information from other EndNote users. Please send feedback, suggestions and lessons learned to me using the contact information in the right panel (on every page). I will be eternally grateful. Good luck and happy EndNoting.
Installing EndNote Software
You can get the latest version of EndNote installed on your computer (either Windows or Mac OS) by submitting a request to the Information Technology Helpdesk. Include your contact information, along with the name and OS of your computer. Please include a grant number to charge. The helpdesk can be reached at X8390. Or firstname.lastname@example.org