You can use EndNote with Word to insert formatted in-text citations in your document, using the referencing style of your choice, and automatically create a bibliography at the end of your document.
This is called Cite While You Write (CWYW).
Top 3 things you need to know:
Check out these video tutorials about CWYW (videos are based on previous EndNote editions but the methods are the same):
Or look at the 'Using EndNote with Word' section of the UON Introduction to EndNote 20 guide.
If you choose to edit a citation that you have inserted into your Word document, you MUST use the Edit and Manage Citations menu on the EndNote 20 toolbar in Word.
Changes that you can make include:
Look at the UON Introduction to EndNote 20 guide for step by step instructions on editing your citations
EndNote will automatically create your bibliography in your chosen referencing style at the end of your document, and you can then choose to change the layout or style of your bibliography using the Format Bibliography menu on the EndNote toolbar in Word.
You may choose to add a title, change the font style and size or the line spacing for your bibliography.
Look at the UON Introduction to EndNote 20 guide for detailed instructions, or Mac users check out the video tutorials at the EndNote YouTube channel: