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Citation Management

EndNote X9

What's New in EndNote X9?

How to Use EndNote: A 6-Minute Tutorial

Exporting Records from PubMed to EndNote

Exporting Records from Embase to EndNote

Exporting Records from Cochrane Library to EndNote

Manually Adding Citations

Sharing Your EndNote Libraries in EndNote X9

Finding Full-Text Through the JH Catalog

  1. Open an EndNote Library. In the top menu bar, go to Edit > Preferences > Find Full Text
  2. In the 'Open URL Path'  box type: http://sfx.library.jhu.edu:8000/sfxlcl41
  3. In the 'Authenticate with: URL' box type: http://proxy.library.jhu.edu/

 

Note that connecting to Hopkins resources using Johns Hopkins VPN connection may yield higher full text retrieval. Directions for installing VPN are available at the Johns Hopkins VPN Resource Center.

 

Your settings in Preferences should look like this:

 

screenshot from EndNote preferences

 

Removing Duplicates

Using Cite While You Write

Starting at 14:22, the video below explains how to use EndNote to insert citations into your manuscript.


If Cite While You Write Is Missing in Word

Option 1
  1. Open Word 2010.
  2. Click on the File tab in the left-hand corner.
  3. Click Options on the left-hand side column/menu.
  4. When the Word Options window opens, click on Add-Ins in the left-hand column.
  5. In the Manage drop-down menu (bottom of ain panel), select Disabled Items and click on the Go button.
  6. The EndNote add-in will show up as Add-in:cite while you write (endnote cwyw.dll).
  7. Highlight the EndNote add-in and select Enable.
  8. Close the Disabled Items window.
  9. At the bottom of the Word Options window, click OK.
  10. Close and re-open Word 2010.

Option 2
  1. Close Microsoft Word, then go to the EndNote X9 Program Files folder. (64-bit machines: C:\Program Files (x86) \EndNote X7\; 32-bit machines: C:\Program Files\EndNote X7\)
  2. Run Configure EndNote.exe.
  3. Make sure Configure EndNote components is selected and click Next.
  4. Select Cite While You Write add-in for Microsoft Office and click Next.
  5. Click Finish. Note: the message may read that the Configuration was cancelled.
  6. Open Microsoft Word and look for the EndNote X9 tab in the ribbon.

Then, Restore the EndNote Toolbar for Mac
  1. Open Word.
  2. Go to File, then Options.
  3. Click on Add-Ins.
  4. Click to tick the boxes next to the EndNote add-ins to reactivate.

EndNote Basic (Free Online)

EndNote and EndNote Online

EndNote is a reference management solution with both a desktop and online component. When used on the desktop, it may be called “EndNote desktop” or “EndNote on the desktop.” When used online, it may be called “EndNote online.” EndNote X8 & X9 users can synchronize all the references in one desktop library to their online library, and share the entire library with other EndNote X8 or X9 users. Their online library can contain an unlimited number of references and unlimited attachments.

EndNote Basic

EndNote basic is a more limited reference management solution that is only available online. EndNote basic users can create an online library with a maximum of 50,000 references and up to 2GB of attachments.

There are two versions of EndNote basic.

  • The free version of EndNote basic has 21 styles and a limited number of filters and connection files. This version is available to anybody, with no other purchase required.
  • The version of EndNote basic available as part of the Web of Science has thousands of styles and hundreds of filters and connection files. This version is accessible by those whose institution has a subscription to the Web of Science.

For more information, see the EndNote Online Guide from Clarivate.

This online class, linked above, demonstrates EndNote Online.