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What is EndNote?

EndNote is a software tool developed by Thompson Reuters for publishing and managing bibliographies on Windows and Mac operating systems.

The Library does not offer specialised help with EndNote as all the necessary information can be found in the EndNote Knowledge base.

 

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What does EndNote do?

  • Acts as a reference manager - allows you to store and manage all your references in a database.
  • Acts 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.
  • Allows you to search some databases (including Library catalogues) directly from within the EndNote software.
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