How to Use EndNote
EndNote performs the following functions:
• • • • Storing references (both those you may have imported from online catalogs and directories or made out of scratch) Creating bibliographies Putting dynamic in-text references, footnotes, or EndNote (using the Cite As you Write™ plug-in) in documents. Serving as being a personal, easy to customize research database.
EndNote can be described as computer software system distributed by Thomson Reuters (which also generates major online databases such as ISI World wide web of Knowledge). The software exists for the Windows and Macintosh platforms; see http://www.endnote.com/eninfo.asp for hardware and operating system requirements. The existing version to get both programs is X2. To use EndNote, you must order your personal copy in the software and install it all on your own computer. Some departments may possibly provide EndNote licenses or access to a great installed version. You can purchase the application through the Stanford Bookstore site (http://tufts.bkstore.com/) for the substantial price cut. You also can download a trial version from the EndNote web page (http://www.endnote.com/endemo.asp). Be aware: Tisch Catalogue does not offer licenses and EndNote is not mounted in any distributed computers inside the library. Support for EndNote Members of the Tisch Catalogue Reference Personnel provide trained in, and guidance about, employing EndNote. They cannot provide THIS support or assistance with queries about application installations, components compatibility, or perhaps web browser links. See the section on Further sources for EndNote support options.
Getting Started with EndNote
The step in working together with EndNote is to create your very own EndNote library. To do this: 1 . Launch the EndNote computer software 2 . Select File Menu > New…. 3. In the resulting New Reference Collection window, specify a catalogue name (with a. enl extension) and the location to your library (the location ought not to be in the EndNote software unit installation folder but also in a location to normally store your operating files). Then click Conserve. Tip! You may specify which will EndNote your local library automatically open when you launch EndNote. Choose Edit Menu > Tastes > Libraries and select one of the choices listed in the When EndNote Starts pull-down menu.
EndNote lets you make as many libraries as you desire and their size in MEGABYTES is limited just by the sum of storage space on the drive(s) where they're stored. Your decision to create multiple EndNote your local library should be based on your research requires and technique. You can start using a single catalogue and plan items in Custom Teams, which are electronic folders which could represent, for example , contents to get various courses, book chapters, and/or various research projects. In the event you decide later that a one library should be split into multiple libraries, EndNote makes it easy for one to do so, either by using the Document Menu > Save a Copy… command word or " dragging and dropping” references among distinct open EndNote libraries.
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Methods for Adding References from Online Directories and Catalogues into EndNote If a research you look for in accessible in an online directory or databases, you can stay away from the tedium of developing a reference manually from day one. Instead, you are able to import a reference through the three strategies listed below; begin to see the section below on Finding Information on EndNote Features and Functions for more information: 1 . Online searching within EndNote, using connection files installment payments on your Downloading sources from online databases and catalogs and importing all of them into EndNote, using importance filters 3. Directly importing references by online directories and catalogs, using the EndNote Direct Importance feature Approach 1: On the net Searching with Connection Data With interconnection files, you connect to a web database and search remotely from within EndNote for the references you seek....