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EndNote X7.7: Curtin styles

Referencing software

Curtin styles for EndNote X7

Saving styles into EndNote

The Curtin styles are already available on the Library PCs.

For a style that is not included in the EndNote program, go to the EndNote styles webpage. Choose the required style and click on the Download link. Click on Open. The style file will open in EndNote. In EndNote go to File and choose Save AsRemove the word Copy and click Save. Close the style file by clicking on the small black cross or click on File and then Close Style.

In EndNote use the style drop down menu to locate your downloaded style. If it does not appear, click Select Another Style... and choose it from the Choose a Style dialogue box.

MAC users – Click on your required style and locate it in your "Downloads". Then drag it into your Styles folder at HD:Applications:EndNoteX7:Styles. See screencast below.

Downloading referencing styles for MAC users

Curtin styles for EndNote X6

Terms list

If your referencing style requires journal titles to be abbreviated e.g. Vancouver style, you will need to use terms lists. 

To import the Medical journal list into your EndNote library:

  • From Tools>Open Term Lists>Journals Term List select the Lists tab
  • Highlight Journals and click Import List... navigate to the Medical.txt.

 PC Users:C:\Program Files\EndNote X7\Terms Lists.Highlight, Open, OK and Close
 Mac users: Applications\EndNote X7\Terms. Choose, OK and Close

  • In EndNote, go to Edit>Output Styles>"Edit Vancouver Curtin X7"
  • Click on Journal Names, select the Abbreviation 2 button and tick Abbreviate journal articles only.
  • Close the window and save the changes.

Note:
It is recommended you add the medical terms list into a new library so that the abbreviations will work OR highlight and delete the existing terms. Then click on Lists and highlight Journals and import the list etc.

YouTube tutorial for Terms List/Journal Names

How to abbreviate journal names for Vancouver