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:
From: Clarivate. 2022. EndNote 20 Library Overview. Accessed 9/14/2022 from https://clarivate.libguides.com/endnote_training/users/en20
4. PDFs and other attachments can be added to records. They are stored in the "filename.data" folder.
Attachments may be found and attached
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 Groups" --- 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
To take advantage of library subscriptions from off campus, be sure to set up "authentication" to use the OpenURL server.
To find and retrieve full text:
SPECIAL NOTE: EndNote's Find Full Text feature does not always work well with the library system used at UT-Austin (and at many other universities). You may read more about the situation here. It seems to depend upon the database interface (that is, PubMed vs. Ebsco vs. Web of Science vs. ProQuest, and etc.) from which citations were imported. We hope that the incompatibility issues will be resolved soon but meanwhile, you may need to use work-arounds.
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