You may need to add a reference manually to your EndNote library if the source is only available in print or the online direct export is not available.
It is also useful to understand manual entry so that you can edit your entries.
If you are unsure of the requirements of your referencing style you should refer to Murdoch University Library's Referencing Guides before you start.
To add a new reference manually:
Choose from the following ways to populate this field:
Enter years as four digits e.g. "1999". When appropriate, enter "in press" instead of date or "n.d." for "No Date".
When entering titles:
Enter as required by your referencing style, e.g. "2nd".
When entering page numbers:
Enter the day and month as required by your referencing style, e.g. 28 March
Labels and notes
EndNote provides several extra data fields that will not appear in the bibliography, but can be used to organise your references.
These metadata fields include:
This guide has been based, with permission, on the guide created by the King Edward Memorial Hospital Library.