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.
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.