This class is designed for Reference Manager users converting to EndNote. It covers the basic features of EndNote, converting Reference Manager databases to EndNote libraries, and converting citations in Word documents from Reference Manager to EndNote.
Download the technical support guides to editing reference types and styles from http://dewey.thomsonreuters.com/training/Little%20Book/Editing_Styles-WIN-Dec_2014.pdf or http://dewey.thomsonreuters.com/training/Little%20Book/Editing_Styles-MAC-Dec_2014.pdf
In EndNote X7 there are 50 predefined and 3 unused reference types, all of which can be customized. Each reference type has up to 52 fields that can be added, removed, or modified. This podcast goes over creating a custom field or reference type.
For info on creating custom fields and reference types, please watch this video: http://youtu.be/7271cQx1ixM.
The videos listed below are all in the MP4 format and should play in most video players. All videos are in zipped files for download. You will need to extract the video from the zipped file to play it.
This Article is intended to restore the EndNote Cite While You Write (CWYW) tools on Windows based systems. If you’ve never seen the EndNote tools loaded in Word, please see the Article with installation steps for your version of EndNote and Word.