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Resources for finding, creating, and modifying content
- A great way to start is to ask other EndNote users! EndNote has an active and helpful user community, with a specific forum for output styles and other content. You can connect to the community here.
- You can search our content download pages, which are regularly updated with new and modified files.
- If you cannot find the file you need, EndNote desktop includes editors for creating or modifying content files. Our downloadable guides have step-by-step instructions.
Journal editors, publishers, and librarians
We would be pleased to work with you to include or update output styles, connection files or import filters. Use the request forms to provide your information for our content team to review. We will contact you when we have reviewed your submission.
Output Styles are the "templates" which format bibliographic data in authors' manuscripts so it meets your specific requirements. Request new or updated output styles here.
Connection Files allow authors to directly download bibliographic data from within EndNote. A Z39.50 connection to your site must be available to use Connection Files. Request new or updated connection files here.
Import Filters allow authors to import already-downloaded tagged text files of bibliographic data into EndNote. Request new or updated import filters here.