1. First, This EndNote page highlights the many features the creators want you to know about: EndNote 20 product details.
2. On your computer, an EndNote library consists of two parts: filename.enl and filename.data (a folder).
3. The workspace of your EndNote Library/Database is organized (shown here in the Windows version) to:
(Thanks to Clarivate for this graphic.)
4. PDFs and other attachments are kept in the "filename.data" folder.
Attachments may be
Here (Mac version) showing a preview of a citation with the a PDF shown attached.
As EndNote describes, "Groups make it easy to break a large library into subsets for later viewing. A group simply points to a subset of references that already exist in the library."
You have options:
1. Look for the Groups tab to create a group.
2. Go to "MY GROUPS" in the left column and right click to see options and to make a selection:
Note on "Smart Sets" --- you decide what should be collected and the software automatically adds the records:
EndNote's Find Full Text feature works to find the PDF or text that goes with a citation in your library.
However, when you are ready to search for PDFs or text or to import references from off campus, be sure and:
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