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What is EndNote?

EndNote is a bibliographic management tool that can help you collect and organize references and pdfs that you’ve found and read. EndNote also makes creating bibliographies in Word quick and easy, in hundreds of different styles (including APA 6th). This guide is helpful to get you going with EndNote: https://gouldguides.carleton.edu/endnote

EndNote is available on all computers in the computer labs. You may also download and install EndNote on your own computer if you are a student, faculty, or staff. Installation links and instructions are at the bottom of this page.

Install and Set Up EndNote

If you are updating a previous version of EndNote, please back-up your library and uninstall the older version before proceeding.

 

1) Install EndNote

  1. Quit all programs running on your computer (including virus protection) for the duration of the installation process. ESPECIALLY be sure to quit Microsoft Word before starting.
  2. Download and install the EndNote Program using the link below (Carleton faculty, staff, and students only)

2) Check for software updates

  • In EndNote, click the "EndNote" menu item and then "Check for Updates"

3) Connect Carleton's databases and citation styles

  1. Download Styles-CC and Connections-CC linked above and save them into your EndNote application folder on your computer.
  2. In Endnote, select "Preferences" and the "Folder Locations"
  3. For each type of folder, select the equivalent from the folders you just installed. For example, for "styles" select your new "Styles-CC" folder.

4) Enable "Find Full Text"

  1. Go to the EndNote menu and choose Preferences. 
  2. Click on Find Full Text.
  3. Make sure the box for Pubmed is checked.
  4. In the OpenURL Path field put: http://carleton-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/openurl/01BRC_CCO/01BRC_CCO_SERVICES?
  5. Where it says "Authenticate With URL" paste the following: http://ezproxy.carleton.edu/login?url=
  6. Now click SAVE and close the preferences window.
 NOTE:  You MUST download both the installer and the license files below to the same directory on your computer.

If you are updating a previous version of EndNote, please back-up your library and uninstall the older version before proceeding.

 

1) Install EndNote:

  1. Make sure no applications are running—ESPECIALLY be sure to close Microsoft Word.
  2. Download the EndNote Installer and the License.dat files from the links below.  Make sure they are both saved to the same folder on your computer.
  3. If you are asked for a product key, cancel out of the install and make sure that you didn't already have an older version of the license.dat file.  Re-download the license.dat, and make sure it is named license.dat -- with no numbers -- and that it is in the same folder as the EndNote installer

2) Check for software updates:

  • In EndNote, go to the Help menu and choose EndNote Program Updates.

3) Connect Carleton's databases and citation styles

  1. Download Styles-CC and Connections-CC linked above and save them into your EndNote application folder on your computer.
  2. In EndNote, select "Preferences" and the "Folder Locations"
  3. For each type of folder, select the equivalent from the folders you just installed. For example, for "styles" select your new "Styles-CC" folder.

4) Enable "Find Full Text"

  1. Go to to the Edit menu and choose Preferences.
  2. Click on Find Full Text
  3. Make sure the Pubmed box is checked.
  4. In the "Find Full Text" field put: http://carleton-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/openurl/01BRC_CCO/01BRC_CCO_SERVICES?
  5. Where it says "Authenticate With URL" paste the following: http://ezproxy.carleton.edu/login?url=
  6. Now click SAVE and close the preferences window.

EndNote online allows all the basic functionality of EndNote from the flexibility of your browser. To get started:

  1. Log in to EndNote Online (link below)
  2. On the "Downloads" page, download the "Cite While You Write" plug-in and install the "Capture Reference" bookmarklet.

Typically, you want to run the latest available version of the software. However, if your computer won't work with the latest version, here are older versions for you.



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