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EndNote 101

Everything you need to get started with EndNote.

How to find pdfs in EndNote

What you need to set up to find full text versions of your documents in J. Murrey Atkins Library’s catalog/databases in EndNote:

 

Windows:

At the top of the screen, click on “Edit.”  Then select “Preferences.”  Then select “Find Full Text.”

 

Next, put a check mark in each of the selections.

 

In the Open URL box, put: https://uncc.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/openurl/01UNCC_INST/01UNCC_INST:01UNCC_INST

 

MAC:

At the top of the screen, click on “EndNote.”  Then select “Preferences.”  Then select “Find Full Text.”

 

Next, put a check mark in each of the selections.

 

In the Open URL box, put: https://uncc.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/openurl/01UNCC_INST/01UNCC_INST:01UNCC_INST

 

How to copy PDFs to your EndNote Library

In EndNote, go to Edit, Preferences (on a MAC, go to Preferences), then select "PDF handling." You may choose to rename your PDF and you can choose a folder on your computer (including Dropbox) where you house PDFs and have them copied to your EndNote library. If you select "enable automatic importing," each time you add a PDF to the selected folder, it will be copied to your EndNote library.  EndNote does this through the DOI, so any PDF without a DOI will copy the pdf only, without any part of the reference added.

 

PDF handling