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EndNote 20:  From Library Search

Manage your references and create in-text citations and bibliographies. Note: This guide is for EndNote 20. For EndNote X9 see the link at the bottom left of the page.

Exporting records from Library Search

Exporting Records from Library Search

You can export records from the results page in Library Search directly to EndNote. You can export single or multiple records.

Export a single record

1. Conduct your search in Library Search. Click "cite this item" marked by the quotation mark in the top right hand corner of the item

    

 

2. Then click "export as" and select "EndNote"

     Image of export record pop up box

 

3. Open the downloaded record file:

  • If using Firefox, select the default Open option and click OK.
  • If using Chrome, click the downloaded file from the left of the browser task bar.
  • If using Edge, click the Save/Open option from the pop-up menu bar at the bottom.
  • If using Safari, go to the Downloads folder, and then drag the file to the EndNote icon in the Dock at the bottom.

EndNote will open and prompt you to select the EndNote library to import your results

IMPORTANT! References exported from Library Search may not be 100% accurate. Check the quality of references you have imported, and edit them as necessary.

 

Export multiple records

1. Conduct your search in Library Search. Click "save this item" marked by the bookmark icon in the top right hand corner of all of the items that        you would like to export

   

2. Go to your saved items folder in the top right of the screen.

     

3. From your saved items folder go to "export to" "EndNote".

IMPORTANT! This is a temporary folder, your saved items will be cleared when you leave. You can export, email, or print your saved items at any time.

4. Open the downloaded record file:

  • If using Firefox, select the default Open option and click OK.
  • If using Chrome, click the downloaded file from the left of the browser task bar.
  • If using Edge, click the Save/Open option from the pop-up menu bar at the bottom.
  • If using Safari, go to the Downloads folder, and then drag the file to the EndNote icon in the Dock at the bottom.

EndNote will open and prompt you to select the EndNote library to import your results

IMPORTANT! References exported from Library Search may not be 100% accurate. Check the quality of references you have imported, and edit them as necessary.