EndNote comes pre-loaded with many of the most popular styles including APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA and Vancouver, as well as a number of styles for specific journals. You can also get more styles from the EndNote styles download site.
Check out the Selecting output styles' section of the UON Introduction to EndNote 20 guide for detailed instructions on selecting a style and downloading additional styles.
Listed below are some additional styles which are not pre-loaded in EndNote - you may need to download these if you want to use them:
To download these output styles, click the link of the style you require from the list above, then right click on the output style link and select Save Link As or Save Target As.
To use your new style/s
To format your references correctly in the AGLC4 style, you will need to download and apply a modified output style.
You must download and save two separate files for the AGLC4 style to work in EndNote.
We recommend that you use the files created by UTS:
To install the files follow the instructions on the UTS Install the AGLC style page.
Once you have installed the Legal Reference Types, downloaded the AGLC Reference Style, and selected AGLC4 (UTS) as your Output Style, you will be ready to use EndNote to format your references in the AGLC4 style.
Note: When you have added all your references to your bibliography you must divide your bibliography into the following categories:
Further information can be found on the UTS page of EndNote for Law: Referencing with EndNote using AGLC 4th edition.
This is the suggested output style to use for Harvard referencing at the University of Newcastle. This style has been included in EndNote 20 and only needs to be downloaded as an additional style for older versions.
This is the suggested output style to use for the Australian Journal of Political Science referencing at the University of Newcastle.ce
This is the suggested output style to use for the Chicago 16th History referencing at the University of Newcastle.c