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EndNote does not replace the style manual.
Use ONE EndNote library (Arrange references into Group sets and Groups.)
Check your import results, mainly when working with sources that may have inconsistent data.
Welcome to EndNote Guide
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What is EndNote?
EndNote is a powerful tool for managing your research.
What Can You Do with EndNote?
- Create your own database of references. EndNote provides five ways of importing references: 1. Online Search 2. Direct Export 3. Importing text files 4. Importing PDF files 5. Manual entry.
- Insert your references into your word document to create in-text citations and a reference list.
- Attach PDFs, or any other kind of file to your reference.
- Read and annotate your PDF attachments.
- Organize your references into groups.
- Share your references with others.
- And much more!
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