EndNote is designed to work with Cite While You Write (CWYW), so why should you use a formatted bibliography?
There are a few reasons why you might not want to bother with CWYW and use a formatted bibliography instead.
It's a fast, easy, and almost foolproof!
If you have written your paper and inserted in text citations manually (even though you have saved the references in your EndNote library) you can still use EndNote to compile your reference list.
Note: it is not recommended to use a mix of manually inserted in text citations and EndNote inserted in text citations - use one or the other to avoid confusion.
Follow these simple steps to set up your formatted bibliography:
If you wish to use this method for your essay, it is a good idea to manage the relevant citations by adding them to a custom group in EndNote as you write. That way when you're finished, you can just select all the references in that group to use in your Formatted Bibliography.
This page has been adapted from the Notre Dame University Library LibGuide