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Guide to using EndNote reference management software

Using EndNote with Word

EndNote allows you to work with Word to insert citations and references from your EndNote Library into your Word document. You can then format the document into a citation style of your choice, e.g. Harvard, Vancouver, APA, etc. This facility is called Cite While You Write (CWYW).

To get started using Cite While You Write, work through the following sections in this guide:

For more advanced Cite While You Write features, use the navigation menu to find out more.

If you want to use EndNote with Word online or Google Docs, you can do so using EndNote Web.

Add citations and references to Word

This video (7 mins  5 secs) demonstrates how to:

  • Insert citations into a Word document.
  • Change the citation style.
  • Edit citations and references.
  • Convert your document to plain text.