The Thomson/Reuter EndNote FAQ page provides you with more information.
- Buy a CD at SURFspot.nl (Version X7, €13,75 for students, €219,75 for staff, for both PC and Apple Mac).
- Within the WUR domain: Windows "start" button -> WUR -> Available software -> (Version X7).
- Library WUR courses and demonstrations
- Thomson EndNote web training oppertunities.
- Manuals for Wageningen UR can be downloaded or consulted from the Wageningen UR Library support page for EndNote.
Run the programme "Configure EndNote.exe". You can find it in the directory where you also find your EndNote. This is usually C:\Program Files (x86)\EndNote X7.
If you cannot find a journal style in the EndNote Style Manager, check the EndNote styles support page of Wageningen UR Library, the EndNote Styles Collection at the Thomson/Reuter EndNote website or W:\APPS\EndNote\Distrib\Styles\. Additional styles are posted there for you to download.
If the requested style is not there you may ask one of the Information Specialists of Wageningen UR Library.
You may export references directly from the catalogue into an EndNote library by first, select references and put them on a Marked List, then open the Marked List and tag the option RIS format. Then click on Export and select an EndNote Library.
Another option is to search the catalogue via the EndNote search interface itself by using Online Search. To use this method you may have to install the Wageningen Catalogue connection file . References will appear directly in EndNote.
In addition to EndNote, Thomson/Reuter also offers the programs ProCite and Reference Manager. Another application that is on the market now for some years is web-based Refworks. Open source free application Zotero is gaining popularity as well as Mendeley and Papers (for Mac).
See for an extensive comparison the Wikipedia page on the comparison of reference management software. At this moment EndNote is the only software that is supported by Wageningen UR Library.
EndNote locates such files in the directory that you have indicated in your preferences as well as the directories where EndNote installs such files by default. For the installation on the WUR network we have made sure you can access the file directories; the preferred locations are M:\My Documents\Endnote\Connections, M:\My Documents\Endnote\Filters and M:\My Documents\Endnote\Styles. You can modify these locations (via Edit -> Preferences -> File locations).
By default EndNote installs connection files, filters and styles in respectively C:\Program Files\EndNote ..\Connections ;C:\Program Files\EndNote ..\Filters ; C:\Program Files\EndNote ..\ Styles; (where .. should be replaced by the version). EndNote locates these files in the directories of your current installation, but also in directories from previous installed versions of EndNote.
The lists of files in Connection Manager, Filter Manager and Style Manager are very long. How to make them shorter?
Copy all the files that you use to the preferred location and rename or delete the directories on the C: drive (see previous item in this FAQ). For example: rename C:\Program Files\EndNote X4\Filters to C:\Program Files\EndNote X4\Filters_old.
For Web of Science, Scopus and EBSCOhost EndNote automatically selects the RefMan RIS filter. For OvidSP EndNote selects the filter with the correct Vendor Identification and Database Identification. If more than one filter meets the criteria the result is unpredictable. Therefore it is essential that EndNote can only access one version of a filter (see previous item).
Alternatively to get control which filter is used with OvidSP you can save the exported references to disk (choose Reprint / Medlars format upon export in OvidSP) and in EndNote use File -> Import.