To remove duplicate references:
What is an Output Style?
An Output Style is a template that controls the appearance of in-text citations, footnotes and bibliographies in your document. Some are associated with journals, such as Nature, or with publishers, such as American Psychological Association (APA). The most common Output Styles are pre-installed in EndNote, but you can download additional styles if necessary. You can add or edit styles using the Style Manager.
To Open the Style Manager
The Styles Menu
The Styles menu is a list of 'favorite' styles that appears in the toolbar at the top of the EndNote library window and in the EndNote menu in Microsoft Word, providing easy access to the styles that you use commonly.
To add an Output Style to the Styles menu
Edit an Output Style
Note: Before you make any changes, we strongly recommend that you read about formatting Output Styles. In your EndNote library, click on the Help button in the toolbar along the top of the window and search for 'Output Styles' to find out more about them.
What is Find Full Text?
Connecting Find Full Text to the UNC Libraries
The Find Full Text feature works best when your computer is connected to the UNC campus network. To improve retrieval of full text files when off-campus, do the following:
To Find Full Text
Not Finding Full Text?
You may not get the full text even if UNC Libraries provide access to the article and you are on campus. There are a few reasons for this:
If you are off-campus, you can try logging into a campus VPN and attempting to download the full text while connecting to the VPN.
If the full text is not found using Find Full Text, then you can manually attach the PDF to your references. Some aggregator databases, such as ScienceDirect or EBSCO databases such as CINAHL or PsycInfo, provide a URL that will take you to the full text instead of providing you a PDF.
Clicking on the URL will allow you to access the article by entering your Onyen and password. If there is no URL, you can try typing the article title into PubMed or Google Scholar and using the Find@UNC button to locate the PDF or to request the article through Interlibrary Loan.
You may want to save the PDF in the same folder as those EndNote locates automatically. To do that, find the .Data file with the same name as your library, open the PDF folder, and save the PDF.
Once you save the PDF file to your computer, you can attach it to the EndNote citation with the paper clip icon found in the top tabs of the reference window.
In EndNote, you can open and annotate a PDF file using the PDF Viewer Panel.
Opening the PDF Viewer Panel
Using the PDF Viewer Panel
The toolbar at the top of the PDF Viewer Panel has several options that allow you to add notes, highlight text and find words and phrases within the PDF document. You can hover your cursor over an icon to view text explaining its function.
Using the Find Feature
Sometimes you may want to create a document that contains just a bibliography, with no citations. Here is one way to do it.
Creating a Bibliography without Citations
Method 1: Import EndNote Library
Method 2: Copy and Paste