Why Use Cite While You Write (CWYW)?
How do I get Cite While Your Write (CWYW)?
Note: EndNote X6 is compatible with Microsoft Word 2003, 2007 and 2010. EndNote X7 is compatible with Word 2013, Word 2007, and 2010.
Note that before you can insert a citation into a Word document, you must have the document and the desired Endnote library open on your computer. You can then insert the citation from the Word or Endnote interfaces.
To insert a citation from within Word:
To insert a citation from within EndNote:
Note: Save your Word document after inserting citations.
To modify, add or delete formatted citations:
Add Additional Citations
What is an Output Style?
How to Change Output Style in Word Document
What are field codes?
Cite While Your Write places field codes around and inside your formatted citations in Word, which allows EndNote to format citations within Word. Removing field codes means deleting the field codes and saving the formatted citations and bibliography as text.
Why would I want to remove field codes?
Journal publishers request that you remove field codes when submitting a manuscript. You may also want to remove field codes when sharing your Word document with a colleague who is using a different word processor or an incompatible version of Word.
To remove field codes:
Note: Once you have removed field codes, you cannot reformat your citations and bibliography. Make sure you maintain your original documents with EndNote field codes.