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A software program that stores and organizes citations, and enables you to import citations directly into a Word document.
Last Updated: Jan 5, 2011 URL: http://research.auctr.edu/content.php?pid=107818 Print Guide RSS Updates

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What is Endnote

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A software tool for storing and organizing citation references in research papers and creating bibliographies. It enables you to import citationsfrom online journal databases directly into a Word document.  It has over 1,000 different bibliographic styles, and more.

EndNote X4 is the latest version of the EndNote program for your desktop. You can purchase the EndNote program through  for $104.

Help Guides: Using EndNote: a series of short tutorials (from Thomson Co.)

Using EndNote (from the University of Tennessee)

Using EndNote: a tutorial (from the University of Newcastle)

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EndNote Web is a  web-based version of EndNote.

Using EndNote Web: a series of short tutorials (from Thomson Co.)

EndNote vs. EndNote Web

Differences between EndNote and EndNote Web (from Thomson Co.)

Help Guide: Transferring Citations Between EndNote and EndNote Web (from Merrill Cazier Library)

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