EndNote has more than 6,000 output styles available. Not all of the styles are loaded into EndNote. Here are the steps for selecting a journal output style in EndNote.
To Select a Journal Style in EndNote:
To Download a Style for your Library:
If you are unable to find the style in EndNote's Online Database, try searching your journals website under Author Guidelines. Sometimes they will include a style that you can download. If not, you may need to modify an existing style.
To Edit an EndNote Style:
The style template will open. You can make dozens of changes to a style but you should only need to make a few.
To Modify the In-Text Citations (these are the citations that appear within the text of your manuscript):
Superscript or Not?
Parentheses or Brackets?
To Modify the References in your Bibliography:
To Modify Author Names & Order:
To Change your Bibliography Layout: