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EndNote Web

Getting started with EndNote Web, an online citation manager available through the Library.

Cite While You Write

Cite While You Write is an add-in for Microsoft Word. It is available for Windows and Mac and can be downloaded in EndNote Web under Options --> Download Installers.

Cite While You Write allows you to insert citations as you work and then generate a bibliography. Most major citation styles are supported

Using Cite While You Write in Endnote Web

To Access Cite While You Write in Endnote Web :

  1. Log on to EndNote Web
  2. In your Word document, put your cursor where you want the the citation to be
  3. Click the Endnote Web tab on the toolbar. If toolbar is not there, make sure you have installed the  “Cite While You Write” add-on from EndNote Web.
  4. Type a word to search your EndNote Web references.
  5. Choose the desired citation(s) and click on the Insert button.

Other Word Processors

EndNote Web can format papers written in word processors that can save in Rich Text Format (RTF). This method requires you to insert citations manually using brackets, as in this example: {Harper, 1906} You can then use the Format Paper tool to generate a bibliography.

Read the help page at EndNote Web for a full explanation