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Exploring the EndNote LibraryAdding ReferencesManually:
You can add a reference to your Library by typing it in. Here are some tips:
To add a reference manually, open your library, then select
Be sure to select the correct
. The default is Journal Article, but other choices in the pull-downmenu include Book Section (used for book chapters) and Thesis. When you change Reference Types, EndNote
automatically prompts you for fields needed for that type (editors’ names, chapter authors’ names, etc.).
In general, you don’t need to use any punctuation when entering (some exceptions are listed below).
are the trickiest details to add:
Authors must be entered one per line, so press
after each author’s name.
The following examples illustrate some the most common situations:Einstein, Howard G.de Gaulle, CharlesEinstein, H G
Einstein, H.G. (
Einstein, HG)Einstein, Albert, Jr.Albert EinsteinAmerican College of Physicians, (notice the comma at the end)
can be entered in any of the following forms, with commas between non-consecutive ranges:1492-14971492-7124-127, 130, 191-194
Check here to see total numberof references currently showingAll references inthe library orselected groupCurrentlyselected styleGroups help organizeyour references bykeyword, topic, source,or project.Keyword search box forsearching library or groupThe preview box allows you to seehow the selected reference willlook in a bibliography, based onthe currently selected style.