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File attachments can be a Word document, PDF, graphic file or spreadsheet.
Highlight the reference. Right hand click on File Attachments>Attach File. Click on the document in your "Downloads" and click Open.
The attached document will now open in the PDF pane. Save the file attachment once you click out of the reference. These references can now be identified in your library by the paper clip icon.
PDFs can also be attached by highlighting the reference and clicking on the PDF icon in the lower window and then on Attach PDF... Navigate to "Downloads" select your PDF and click Open. The PDF will open in the PDF viewer.
Importing and creating a reference from PDF files
If a PDF contains a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) in the metadata or the first two pages of the PDF, EndNote can import a file or folder containing several files and automatically create a reference for it. Right hand click on required PDF link and choose Download Linked File As... then save in your Downloads.
To import your PDF file go to File>Import. Locate your PDF. At Import Options: choose PDF File or Folder. At Duplicates: choose Discard Duplicates. Click on Import.
View and annotate PDF files
The PDF viewer allows you to quickly edit a reference and annotate attached PDF files.
To annotate the PDF, click on the Annnotation toolbar... icon and highlight the required text:
PDF handling preferences and PDF Auto Import Folder
EndNote X7 enables the automatic import of all your pdfs into your library. To set up the PDF Auto Import Folder:
Now whenever you download pdfs into your Downloads they will automatically go into your PDF Folder. At this stage your pdfs will stimultaneously appear in your EndNote Library (into the Imported window and a citation will alos be automatically created.) and an automatically created Imported folder in your Dowloads. Note that Endnote does not import PDFs from subfolders within the Auto Import Folder.