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Stony Brook University


Help on using the citation management tool EndNote.


Sharing EndNote references with those who do not have EndNote program (video below was done with Mac X6)

  • Open the EndNote Library
  • Set the style such as APA, number list, or Annotated...(in X7, Output Styles/Style Manager is on Edit menu) 
  • Highlight the references you would like to share or create a bibliography
  • Right click the mouse and choose Copy Formatted
  • Open a Word document and Paste. This way, it creates a regular Word document that you can share with others.

It is also the way to create a bibliography using EndNote program in the desired style.