2 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 1 1 What EndNote Can Do for You EndNote is a reference management solution which allows you to keep all your reference materials in one place, while also allowing you to access those materials online, on the desktop, or on an ipad, and to share them with other EndNote users worldwide. EndNote is a searchable database specifically designed to hold bibliographic information, notes, abstracts, keywords, and related files. EndNote databases are called libraries. EndNote includes advanced search capabilities, able to search by specific fields as well as do complex searches of multiple fields linked together by the standard Boolean operators and, or, and not. This means you can have libraries with thousands of references and still find the reference you need quickly and easily. Each EndNote record can include up to 45 attachments, of any file type. So not only can full-text PDFs be attached, but audio files, spreadsheets, graphics, or even videos everything you ve accumulated regarding that reference consolidated in one EndNote record. EndNote can create bibliographies according to the formatting rules of over 6,000 journals or style manuals. EndNote can import reference data, minimizing time spent on manual data entry. EndNote works on Windows, Macintosh, ipad, and online. EndNote can do much more than this. Details on many of the available features can be found in the remainder of this document. Thank you for using EndNote!
3 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 2 2 EndNote Features & Commands, What Do They Really Do? Below are descriptions of major layout and menu-item commands available in EndNote. Although this list is for EndNote on the desktop, many of the features discussed also have online or ipad equivalents. Features common to general desktop software, such as opening files or printing, are not included in the list below. Minor feature options available within the major features are also not included in the list. Menu items are listed in the order they appear in the menu. Not all menu items are listed. The Library Display Mode Buttons see (1) Win / (2) Mac Local Library Mode Online Search Mode Integrated Library & Online Search Mode Groups Panel see (2) Win / (1) Mac Bibliographic Style Preview see (3) Win / (7) Mac Search Panel see (4) Win / (3) Mac Reference List Panel see (5) Win / (4) Mac This displays the contents of the entire library and allows several customization options. These three buttons, grouped together on the toolbar, control the total library display. This mode shows only the EndNote library open on your computer, with all your references and groups, with nothing about online search. This mode hides your local library references and groups. It shows a temporary preview library where you can do your online searching, examine the results, and select the references from your search results you want to keep. You can then copy the references you want to keep to your permanent local library. This mode shows both your local library and online search options. If this mode is used to search online, all retrieved references are automatically imported into your library and you must delete references you do not want to keep. This panel shows all groups and group sets in the library, along with temporary groups that may appear while working in the library. Examples of temporary groups are Imported References or Copied References, which will only display for the current EndNote session. The style selected here controls formatting in the Preview subpanel and when using the Copy Formatted command. The style selected here does not control the style used in documents. This allows detailed searching by field. This panel lists the references for the group selected in the Groups panel.
4 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 3 The Library Display Reference Panel see (6) Win / (6) Mac Reference Preview PDF Layout Button see (7) Win / (5) Mac This displays the contents of the entire library and allows several customization options. This panel contains three subpanels: Reference, Preview, and PDF. These subpanels can be displayed either at the right side of the reference list or below it. Depending on configuration options chosen using the Layout button and operating system, the subpanels may be hidden, appear as tabs, or as separate panels in a larger panel. This shows details for the highlighted EndNote record and allows editing of record data. This shows a preview of the how the reference would look in a bibliography if formatted with the selected style. This shows PDFs attached or linked to the record. The Open PDF button in the PDF panel s toolbar will open PDFs in a larger window for viewing and annotation. This button controls the appearance of the panels on the screen. The Groups and Reference panels can be hidden or displayed using this button.
6 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 5 Macintosh Library Screen 1. Groups panel 2. Mode buttons (Local Library Mode, Online Search Mode, Integrated Library and Online Search Mode) 3. Search panel 4. Reference list 5. Layout button 6. Reference panel 7. Bibliographic style preview
7 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 6 The File Menu New Open Library Open Shared Library Save Save As Save a Copy Share (Desktop only, requires EndNote X7 or above) Export Import This creates a new EndNote library. Note that to avoid library corruption, EndNote libraries should never be kept on network drives, flash drives, or cloud-syncing folders or drives such as Google Drive, icloud Drive, OneDrive, OneDrive Business, SugarSync, Box, Dropbox, or any other cloud-syncing service. This opens EndNote libraries or compressed libraries. It also opens and converts Reference Manager or ProCite databases to EndNote libraries. This opens libraries others have shared with you using the EndNote Share feature. The first time a library shared with you is opened on your computer, EndNote creates a library on your computer and populates it with references, groups, and attachments from the original library. Any changes made in a shared library are synchronized to every copy of the shared library, whether on the desktop, online, or on ipad. This command is not used to save libraries or individual references, they will be automatically saved when a library or reference is closed. It is used to save styles, filters, or connection files while working on them. Like the Save command, this is not used to save libraries or individual references. It is used to save styles, filters, or connection files with a new name, to create custom versions of these files. This saves a complete copy of the library with a new name or in another location. It is one way to back up a library that is too large to use the Compressed Library feature with. This allows you to share one synced EndNote library with other EndNote desktop users. People you share your library with have complete access to all records and attachments. As stated above, any changes made in a shared library, by any member of the sharing group, are then synchronized to every copy of the shared library. If you are sharing a library, we recommend using the Compressed Library feature to make frequent backups of your library. This can be used to create independent bibliographies, which can then be opened in a word processor, or to create text files which can be imported into other programs. This command imports text files saved from online databases, PDFs you already have on your computer, or tab-delimited files in a format compatible with EndNote. It is also possible to import one EndNote library into another and filter out duplicates during the import.
8 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 7 The File Menu Compressed Library This creates zipped files to back up, , or archive your EndNote library. Compressed libraries can safely be archived in cloud-syncing folders or on a network drive, but must be moved to the local computer s hard drive before opening. Note that most operating systems have about a 4 gigabyte size limit for compressed files, so very large libraries may require another backup method, such as Save a Copy. The Edit Menu Undo Clear on Windows Clear on Macintosh Copy Formatted Find and Replace Output Styles Import Filters Undo does not allow multiple levels of undoing like it does in most word processors. It will undo changes in a field if your cursor has not left the field but will not work after you have left that field in the record. It cannot undo changes that apply to multiple records in the library, so it would not undo changes from Find and Replace or Change/Move/Copy Fields. The Clear command is situational. If used for records selected in a Custom Group, it will remove the records from the group; if used for records selected in a Smart Group, Combination Group, or All References, it will send the record to the Trash. The Clear command will send a record to the trash, removing it from all groups. To remove a record only from the group, select it, then select Remove References from Group from the Groups menu. This copies selected references into another application, formatting them with the Preview style and font selected in EndNote. This searches for and replaces text in EndNote records. Note that it will replace text but cannot change the font used for that text. Always back up your library before using this command because there is no way to undo the change if you make a mistake. This allows editing of existing output styles or creation of new output styles. Output styles control how references will appear in citations and bibliographies, or when using the Copy Formatted command; output styles control the format of data that is sent from EndNote. This allows editing of existing import filters or creation of new import filters. These filters allow EndNote to import data from online databases through text files or direct export; import filters control how data comes into EndNote from outside sources.
9 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 8 The Edit Menu Connection Files Preferences This allows editing of existing connection files or creation of new ones. Connection files are a combination of import filters and instructions for interacting with a z39.50 Internet server. Connection files can only be created for databases using the z39.50 Internet protocol. EndNote is extremely customizable. Changes made to the preferences apply to the current computer and will not apply to a library when it is opened on a different computer. On Macintosh, this command is available under the EndNote menu. The References Menu New Reference Edit Reference Move References to Trash Go To Copy References To Reference This creates a new EndNote record for manual data entry. This is sometimes necessary for references that are not available online or are not available in an importable format. This opens a record in a separate window to allow editing of the record. The same window is used for the Open PDF command, but this command shows the record data instead of the PDF. The view of either data or PDF can be controlled through the Layout button(s) in the lowerright corner of the window on Macintosh or the tabs at the top of the window on Windows. This allows you to move selected references to the Trash, where they are held until you empty the Trash. If a record is open for editing, this command searches for text within that record. An EndNote record s text fields can hold up to 64K of data, so this command can minimize scrolling through long records. This copies selected records to another EndNote library, even if that library is not currently open in EndNote. It is usually used to copy data from the Online Search mode window to the local library and has a shortcut button on the toolbar. If you have an MAPI-compliant program, this command will send the EndNote record selected, formatted with the Preview style, and its attached PDF to a new in your program. This feature does not work with web-based such as gmail.
10 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 9 The References Menu File Attachments PDF Viewer Find Full Text Find Reference Updates URL Figure This provides options for working with attachments of the selected record. Attachments can be opened, saved with new names, or renamed. Attachments that are absolute links (hyperlinks to files outside of the library s.data folder) can be converted to relative links, making a copy of the file in the.data folder and linking to that copy. File attachments with relative links will be synchronized when using EndNote Sync, files with absolute links will not. This allows manipulation of a PDF in the PDF viewer, whether in the Reference panel or when the PDF is opened in a larger window. This enables EndNote to look for PDFs online that match selected references in the library. If matches are found, EndNote downloads those PDFs and attaches them to the matching selected record. So, with this command, EndNote is looking on the Internet for PDFs matching records you already have and only for records you already have; it is not importing PDFs and will not create new records. This searches the Internet for updated data for selected records. If matching records are found online, it displays both your original record and the found online record side-by-side, allowing you to fill in the blanks when you have incomplete records in your library. This includes an option for opening a web page from the URL field of a record, but the OpenURL Link option will also allow you to send information about a record to your school s OpenURL server in a browser window. This can be helpful for records Find Full Text is unable to find matching PDFs for. You must configure the Find Full Text preferences with your OpenURL server s address to use the OpenURL Link command. Ask your school library if you have an OpenURL server and for the server address. Note that the OpenURL server may be called a link resolver. This attaches one file to an EndNote record, using the Figure field in the record. The contents of the Figure field can then be inserted into a Word document and the caption can be formatted by EndNote. Note that inserting a figure into a Word document from EndNote embeds the entire graphic file into the Word document. This can result in very large Word files if there are many attachments. For large Word documents, it may be better to manage graphic files manually and link them to the Word document, which results in smaller Word documents than embedding.
11 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 10 The References Menu Web of Science (requires access to the Web of Science) Show/Hide References Show All References Hide Selected References Show Selected References Record Summary Find Duplicates Restore to Library Resolve Sync Conflicts Empty Trash This command links to the Web of Science and allows you to open the source record, related records, or to create a citation report for the reference. These commands show or hide selected references. Some commands apply to all showing references, such as Find and Replace. These commands allow you to control which references show precisely. This restores all references to showing status if you have previously used either the Hide Selected References or Show Selected References command. This will hide the selected references. This will show only the selected references and hide all other references in the window. This provides information about the metadata of the selected reference, such as which custom and smart groups it belongs to, how many times it has been cited in the Web of Science (if it came from the Web of Science), when it was added to the library, and when it was last updated. This searches for duplicates within the selected group. To look for duplicates in the whole library, select the All References group. By default, EndNote will compare the Author, Year, Title, and Reference Type fields for records to find duplicates. You can change the fields compared in the preferences. If you select a reference in the Trash, this command allows you to restore it to the library. Custom group information will not be restored. Sometimes a synced or shared library might have multiple changes made to the same record by more than one person or on more than one computer, and this can cause a conflict. This command will allow you to choose which version of the record you want to keep. This command permanently deletes all the references in the Trash. References cannot be restored to the library after emptying the trash.
12 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 11 The Groups Menu Create Group Create Smart Group Create from Groups Add References To Create Group Set Create Citation Report Manuscript Matcher Hide Groups This creates a custom group. Custom groups are not based on a search; the user must assign each reference to the group manually. This creates a group based on a search of the EndNote library. Because it is based on a search that is constantly updated, you cannot manually add references to, nor remove them from, a smart group. This creates a combination group that draws references from other groups, based on the selection of groups. For example, in the EndNote sample library, the Corvids & Parrots group is a combination group, showing only references that appear in both the Corvids and the Parrots groups. You cannot manually add references to, nor remove them from, a combination group. This creates custom groups on-the-fly from selected references, or can add selected references to an existing custom group. References are organized in groups, and groups are organized in group sets. Group sets can be moved up or down in the Groups Panel, while groups within a group set are always in alphabetical order. Group sets can be expanded or collapsed to show or hide the groups within them. If you use group sets for your major projects, you can show your current projects at the top of your Groups Panel. This will create a Web of Science citation report for the group. This will use EndNote online s Manuscript Matcher feature to help you find a journal that might be interested in publishing your paper. The custom group selected must contain the references used in your paper. This hides the Groups Panel. The Tools Menu Search Library Spell Check Cite While You Write [CWYW] If the Search Panel is hidden, this command opens it to allow advanced searches. The Search Panel is resizable. This spell checks the selected or open record. Only one record can be spell checked at a time. Note this feature is found on the Edit menu on Macintosh, under Spelling. This command provides access to the Cite While You Write (CWYW) commands available directly from the EndNote application. More CWYW commands are available when working in the word processor.
13 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 12 The Tools Menu Online Search Format Paper Change/Move/Copy Fields This command brings up a list of installed online search files. If working in Local Library mode, it will also switch the display to Online Search mode. EndNote is not limited to Cite While You Write for formatting bibliographies in documents. The Format Paper command allows EndNote to be used with any application that can create a rich text format (RTF) document. This command makes changes to all showing references at once. For example, you could add a project number to an entire set of newly imported references. Always back up your library before using this command because there is no way to undo the change if you make a mistake. Sync This command synchronizes all the references, groups, and attachments in a library between desktop and online libraries. Once a library has been synced, it can be synced to a second computer or shared with other EndNote users. Please note that an empty library should be used for the first sync on the second computer to avoid duplicates. Although all group information is synced and will appear on a second computer or when the library is shared, only the custom groups will appear online or in the ipad app. Term Lists Open Term Lists Define Term Lists Link Term Lists Sort Library Term lists can be used to enter information in associated fields consistently, for searching (press Ctrl-1 on Windows or Command-1 on Macintosh to bring up the list associated with a search field), or to make journal names appear consistently in the bibliography, either all abbreviations or all full names. EndNote libraries include three standard term lists, Authors, Keywords, and Journals, but users can create their own custom term lists and attach them to chosen fields. This opens an existing term list. This creates a new term list. For example, you could create a term list for publishers. This links an existing term list to fields of your choice. So, after creating your term list for publishers (above), this command could link that new list to the Publisher field. This allows detailed sorting of the library by up to five fields, as well as an option to choose the language rules for sorting if you want to override your operating system s sort order. Each field can be sorted in ascending (A to Z) or descending (Z to A) order.
14 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 13 The Tools Menu Recover Library Find Broken Attachment Links Library Summary EndNote libraries can become corrupted. Common causes of corruption are putting an EndNote library on a network drive or in a syncing folder. If your library has been corrupted, it may be possible to save it, or part of it, using this command. Close the library in EndNote before using this command. It will not overwrite your original library; it will create a new library with -saved added to the library name. If EndNote cannot find an attachment in the location the link says it should be located, there is a broken attachment link. Perhaps the file was renamed manually in the operating system, so it no longer matches the EndNote information for it, or somebody sent you a.enl file instead of a compressed library, so all their attachment links lead nowhere on your computer. This command will help you identify such broken links in your library. You can then delete the link and reattach the file. (Note, don t move.enl files without their matching.data folders, don t send people.enl files instead of compressed libraries, and don t make changes inside the library.data folder to avoid corruption and broken links.) This provides metadata about the library as a whole. Information includes when the library was last saved, the location, the number of reference types used, the number of records, custom groups, smart groups, and more. Subject Bibliography This command creates detailed bibliographies organized by subheadings. For example, you could create an independent bibliography showing all the keywords in your library as subheadings, with the references containing those keywords under each subheading. References would repeat in the list for each subheading they match. (Note that this is different than the subheading feature in CWYW. In CWYW, a reference can only appear below one subheading, in a subject bibliography it would appear under each subheading that applied.)
15 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 14 3 Taking Care of Your EndNote Library and Documents EndNote can do a lot for you, making your life much easier in the long run, but like many wonderful things it requires some care. Below are some tips to safeguard your EndNote library and documents created with EndNote. Never put EndNote libraries on network drives. EndNote libraries should always be kept on the user s hard drive. If your company normally requires you to keep documents in a personal folder on the network, that s a network drive and could cause corruption of the EndNote library. If necessary, a read-only copy of an EndNote library could be put on a network drive for more than one person to access, but it must be a copy of the library. The original must be kept on the owner s hard drive. Note that all files in the library must be read-only, not just the.enl file. Multiple users can access a read-only copy on a network drive at the same time, but they cannot make changes to the library. Never put EndNote libraries in any type of syncing drive or folder, they cause corruption over time. This includes cloud-syncing folders such as OneDrive, OneDrive Business, Dropbox, Google Drive, icloud, SugarSync, Box, etc., as well as local network syncing programs such as GoodSync. EndNote libraries contain multiple files, and data is saved to those files in a strict sequence. Non- EndNote syncing programs can send data out of sequence, eventually leading to data corruption. Files may appear to be fine for months, but corruption is building up and will eventually cause problems. We suggest using EndNote Sync if you want your references available on more than one computer. If you use the Apple icloud storage optimization feature, all files in your Documents folder, including EndNote libraries stored there, will be kept in icloud or synced to icloud instead of stored only on your computer, leading to library corruption. Either avoid using this feature or put your EndNote libraries somewhere on your Mac that will not be stored in icloud. This feature was introduced in OS X (Sierra). Back up your EndNote libraries frequently. The File Compressed Library command will let you create backups for most libraries in minutes. Adding the date to the default compressed library name will let you easily find older backups that can be deleted. Every EndNote library is made up of two parts, the.enl file and the.data folder. Always keep them together. Microsoft Word documents with EndNote citations contain field codes, and these codes can be corrupted. These codes are often shaded in gray when selected. Always save Word documents as Word documents. Saving a Word document in another format, such as an OpenOffice (.odt) format can cause corruption or erasure of the codes. Opening a Word document in another wordprocessing program and saving it from that program will also cause corruption of the EndNote codes, even if it is saved as a Word document. The other programs do not properly save the EndNote codes, and so cause corruption. If you must move a Word document with EndNote citations between word-processing programs, convert the citations to unformatted citations first
16 The EndNote Menus Reference Guide Page 15 and save the new document with a different name. Unformatted citations are plain text and cannot be corrupted. Do not use the EndNote record number as a permanent identification number; it is not one. The record number will change when the library is synced or shared, if a record is copied from one library to another, or even if a record is cut and pasted back into the same library. Once a record number has been used in a library, it can never be used again in that library. The program controls how numbers are assigned and cannot be overridden. If you must assign permanent ID numbers to records in an EndNote library, we suggest using the Label field and assigning them manually. You can find more information on this in chapter 8 of The Little EndNote How-To Book. In short, EndNote record numbers on the desktop are temporary and subject to change under many circumstances; EndNote online does not use record numbers at all.
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