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EndNote Guides (UM)

EndNote is a tool that allows you to collect bibliographic references and put them in the body of a paper and in a reference list in a desired citation format. In this guide, you'll learn how to use EndNote Desktop’s general functions.

Tips of Exporting References to EndNote Library

Step 1: Open an EndNote library

Step 2: Conduct a search in a database and select records from the result list.

Step 3: Export records by finding the "Export / Save / Download" button.

Step 4: Choose the relevant bibliography management tool or format ( *.RIS is the common format for citation tool )

Step 5: Double click the file ( *.RIS / *.ENW / *.NBIB / *.CIW ) (Alternatively, import the file from [EndNote > File > Import > File])

Export References from Content Providers