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There are four ways of entering references into an EndNote Library.
The majority of the filters and connection files come with the EndNote application - choose Import Filters or Connection Files from the Edit menu within EndNote to access the Filter Manager and the Connection Manager. If the filter or connection file you need is not there, go to the supplier's web site to download extra connection files or import filters.
Below is a list of the library's databases which can be used with EndNote. Where required, filters and connection files have been included for you to download. Endnote recommends checking every third downloaded reference before importing into your Endnote library as not all fields will display correctly when imported. There are some demonstration videos of how EndNote works with specific databases on the EndNote Training channel on YouTube.
More information is available on EndNote Reference styles at the bottom of this page.
http://pmt-eu.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/openurl/44OPN_INST/44OPN_services_page?and Authenticate url:
http://libezproxy.open.ac.uk/login?url=into the available boxes and click ok.
Endnote comes with over 600 reference styles - choose Output Styles from the Edit menu within EndNote to access the Style Manager and see what is available. If the style you need is not there, you have different options: