1. Click the Sync button (in EndNote X7 toolbar)
2. Enter your EndNote Web account information then hit "OK"
EndNote allows you to import citations from library databases or from Google Scholar. You can then use EndNote with MS Word to automatically create in-text citations and bibliographies in hundreds of different citation styles. There is currently an IPad version of EndNote - UNCG librarians have not yet used this version.
UNCG provides current students and employees with several versions of EndNote:
1. EndNote X6 is an application installed on library computers and is available on the campus network through Run Advertised Programs.
EndNote X7 is available through Run Advertised Programs and in ITS computer labs.
NOTE: Currently the computers in ITS labs have an EndNote tab in Word allow you to use Cite While You Write and those in the library CITI lab do NOT have an EndNote tab inside MS Word.
2. EndNote Online lets you upload, organize, share, and format citations. You have to create your own EndNote Web account.
NOTE: The University Libraries currently have a one year subscription to EndNote Online and we anticipate that our current budget will not allow us to continue this subscription beyond June 2015. Our current expectation is that EndNote desktop offered in labs and on other university owned computers will continue. Citations stored in EndNote Online will no longer be available after June 30, 2015. We are developing alternatives for downloading any citations that you have stored in EndNote Online. Contact Mary Krautter at email@example.com with questions
EndNote X7 is installed on log-in computers in campus computer labs
Under the Start button, all programs.
When you are finished working, you should have an EndNote library file and a .Data folder that is needed to make your EndNote library run. Make sure that you take them with you!