EndNote Top Tips – How to export all references to a word file – good for reading abstracts21 June 2016
You can export everything in a folder or EndNote Library into a word file which is helpful if you are wanting to read on paper and sift through abstracts.
- Go to EndNote
- Select the references you want to export.
- Choose the output style you want the references to be formatted in. (Select a Harvard based one if you need to see the abstract)
- Go to file and select export.
- Save the file as a text and then if you want you can copy and paste into Word for more formatting options.
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Or you could use Ctrl-K and paste in Word immediately
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