Answered By: Bo Adams Last Updated: May 20, 2016 Views: 67
Answered By: Bo Adams
Last Updated: May 20, 2016 Views: 67
To Do This in MS Word:
- 1. In Endnote, click "Tools" -> "Subject Bibliography" -> "Keywords" (or any field, i.e., author, title), and then click "OK."
- 2. Select each keyword to use as the heading of your bibliography. You may also "Select All" to select all the keywords. Click "OK."
- 3. Click "Save" and choose a file type (Rich Text File) and save again. Make sure to note the location where you have saved the file.
- 4. Open Microsoft Word->"File" ->"Open" ->"Your File
To create an independent bibliography in EndNote:
- In Endnote, highlight the references for your bibliography. If you want all references in a library or group, select one and hit "ctrl-A"
- In the "References" menu (or in the right-click menu), select "Show References." This will display only those you have selected.
- Sort these references according to the desired order and output style.
- Select all the references in this view (ctrl-A) and choose "Copy Formatted" from the Edit (or right click) menu.
- In your word processing program, select Past (ctrl-V) and your references, formatted in your selected output style, will appear
We keep handy instructions for this process and others on the EndNote Research Guide.