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Getting Started Guide
Complete user guides are available from EndNote:
EndNote Program Options
There are a two versions of EndNote available:
- EndNote 9: is a paid desktop program of EndNote, which can be synced to EndNote Online.
- EndNote Basic: is a free option, where users have access to only the free EndNote Online system but with limited storage. The main difference is that you will limited storage online and no desktop program, so you will have to be online to use this citation management tool. However, you do have access to the Cite While You Write Tool. To create a free EndNote Basic account, click here.
What is EndNote
EndNote is a desktop software designed to help store and organize bibliographic references in the "libraries" (collections) on user's own computer equipment. Users can create separate bibliographies or insert citations from their libraries into papers they are writing by using the "cite while you write" feature. Users can also enter references into the libraries manually or download them from online databases.
How to Use Endnote in 6 minutes: Windows
How to use Endnote in 6 minutes: MacOS
The SUL guide to citing sources provides quick access to examples and guidelines for some of the most frequently used citation styles.