In this Guide
What is EndNote?
EndNote is a software tool developed by Thompson Reuters for publishing and managing bibliographies on Windows and Mac operating systems.
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What does EndNote do?
- Act as a reference manager - allows you to store and manage all your references in a database.
- Act as a bibliography maker - allows you to use your EndNote stored references to create bibliographies automatically in your word processor for theses, papers, and essays. These bibliographies can then be formatted in a wide range of styles.
- Allow you to search some databases (including Library catalogues) directly from within the EndNote software.