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EndNote Videos: X7 or Earlier
How to use Online Search in Online Search Mode to search online databases from within EndNote.
Importing Text Files
How to import text files saved from online databases, using PubMed as an example.
Importing Tab-Delimited Files
How to import tab-delimited files. This will allow you to export files from programs such as Excel, Access, or Filemaker, then import those references into EndNote.
Manual Data Entry
How to manually type data into EndNote, with explanations of special field requirements.
How to import PDF files into an EndNote library.
How to create an EndNote library and back it up.
Custom Fields and Reference Types
In EndNote X7 there are 50 predefined and 3 unused reference types, all of which can be customized. Each reference type has up to 52 fields that can be added, removed, or modified. This podcast goes over creating a custom field or reference type.
Create footnotes using the EndNote program.
Sharing Groups of References
This podcast goes over sharing a group of references with other EndNote users. In this scenario, file attachments are not shared.
What Have I Cited in My Paper?
Quick tip on how to tell what references you've cited in a paper when you are in your EndNote library.
Export Cited References from the Web of Science
If you have access to the Web of Science you can search for a reference and export the cited references to EndNote.
Entering Author Names
Suggestions and tips on entering author names in EndNote.
Web of Science Alerts in EndNote Format
Create Web of Science alerts in EndNote format for easy import into your EndNote library.
Smart and Combination Groups
Use EndNote's Smart Groups and Combination Groups to more effectively organize the references in your library. This podcast presents some examples of groups you can set up in your library.
Custom Term Lists
Create custom term lists to speed up repetitive manual data entry.
Downloadable Written Materials (Not Class Notes)