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About EndNote and EndNote Basic

  • Organizes references and citations and creates bibliographies
  • Formats in all citation styles
  • Integrates with MS Word and connects directly with many databases
  • Endnote software has advanced and customizable capabilities

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The EndNote software tool is available for purchase from the Campus Computer Store at a discounted rate ($79). You can also download a free 30-day trial directly from EndNote

For less advanced options, a free online version of the software is available. Download EndNote Basic

Using EndNote

FROM http://endnote.com/support--

ATTENTION: PubMed has changed to a new API structure. This may cause issues for older versions of EndNote when attempting to search the PubMed database and producing the message “No matching references.”

  • EndNote X8: If you have EndNote X8, this will not be an issue.
  • EndNote X7: If you are running EndNote X7, be sure to update to version X7.7.1  (Go to this link and look for EndNote X7: Updates in the Hot Topics list).
  • EndNote X6 and prior: These versions will no longer be able to search PubMed reliably from inside of EndNote. To continue using EndNote X6 and prior with PubMed, records will need to be downloaded from the NLM website using the steps in this article (Go to this link and search for 82608). If you need to work with PubMed in the future, we recommend upgrading to the current version of EndNote.

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