To Create a New EndNote Library:
Tip: Consider saving all of your EndNote Libraries in one folder, on a shared network drive. This will help you find your EndNote Libraries again. Saving them on a shared drive will ensure that they are backed up.)
Tip: If you want to move your Library to another drive on your computer, be sure to move both files.
To Add References from PubMed to EndNote:
4.Your reference should automatically download to EndNote. (Tip: Your browser may take you through one extra step. In Firefox, you will Open File, in EndNote X9. In Internet Explorer you will Open File.)
Using a Different Database? Check out these videos on exporting:
To Add a Manual Reference (a book or website) to Your Library:
(Tip: Choose Book Section for a book chapter)
To Download References Directly Through EndNote:
You can import publisher-created PDFs into EndNote and, in many cases, EndNote will create a reference in your EndNote library at the same time. (Feature available in versions X4 or later.) EndNote can extract the reference information using its Digital Object Identifier (DOI). If the DOI is not present the PDF will be imported, but you will need to do extensive editing of the reference information.
To Import PDFs with References into EndNote:
To Download References from Google Scholar:
To Add References from Ovid Medline: