This guide outlines additional functionality available in the EndNote program and is designed to support Masters/PhD students and staff working on in-depth projects. If you are new to EndNote please complete the EndNote essentials module for an introduction to setting up and using EndNote.

What you will learn

  • Finding and editing styles, including downloading additional journal styles
  • Working with PDFs, including creating references from PDFs and automatic importing
  • Managing your library, including finding reference updates, creating smart groups, merging multiple libraries and changing capitalisation
  • Working with long documents, including converting to unformatted citations, creating chapter and standalone bibliographies, and merging chapters from different documents
  • Microsoft Word, including exporting a traveling library, working with track changes and converting to plain text for submission
  • Microsoft PowerPoint (Windows only), including inserting in-text citations and creating a reference list
  • Syncing with EndNote Online, including creating an account, setting up sync preferences, syncing your library, and troubleshooting sync issues