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Guidance on using EndNote software at the University of Adelaide

Introduction to EndNote

EndNote allows you to:

  1. Create your own EndNote library.
  2. Manually add references, including full-text research articles, or import them from databases.
  3. Add full-text PDFs and other files to your references.
  4. Insert in-text citations from your library with the Cite While You Write feature in Microsoft Word.
  5. Automatically build your bibliography using the library of 7,000+ reference types, download the University of Adelaide's own styles, or adapt/create your own.
  6. Sync your EndNote library across multiple devices with an online account.  Access your research anytime, anywhere from the cloud.
  7. Share references and libraries with collaborators.

The support materials in this Library EndNote guide will continue to contain information about EndNote x9, as well as material pertaining to EndNote 20.

Updates and Changes

EndNote 20 is now available to staff and students - see the next page, "How to install", for instructions on how to upgrade to EndNote 20.

What's new in EndNote 20 (2:02)