This guide will help you learn to use EndNote software for creating your own library of references and full text. EndNote will also allow you to insert references in the proper format into a paper or grant proposal.
Click on Edit (Mac users click on EndNote X7)->Preferences->Find Full Text.
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This will prompt you to log on with your username and password when you use theFnd Full Text option.
Adding Full Text to EndNote References
There are three methods for adding the full text of articles to an EndNote Library:
Follow the above instructions to set up EndNote preferences.
Highlight the references in the library for which full text is desired.
Go to References->Find Full Text->Find Full Text again.
EndNote will then begin searching for full text matching those references.
With PDF files already saved, highlight the reference matching the article.
Go to References->File Attachments->Attach File.
Navigate to the saved PDF.
Select the PDF and click Open.
Click on a different reference in the library to save the changes (a paperclip icon will appear next to the reference).
With PDF files already saved, go to File->Import.
Select File for one PDF or Folder for multiple PDFs stored in a folder.
Select the file or folder and make sure Import Options is set to "PDF File or Folder."
Click the Import button. EndNote will import the PDFs and attempt to match them with external full text.
Note: If a match is not found, the PDF will be imported with no reference and the title will show up as an alphanumeric string. Those records can be modified manually by opening the PDF and entering information such as author and title from the article.
Go to References->Find Reference Updates. If a match is found, decide whether to Update All Fields or to just Update Empty Fields and click the appropriate button.
Click the Save Updates button.
Enabling 360 Link
By enabling the 360 Link within EndNote, you can easily get to the full-text of an article directly from the EndNote record
From the Edit menu (for Mac look under EndNote X7), select Preferences