When you download EndNote hundreds of referencing styles are automatically loaded. The default style selected in the program is Annotated; however you can choose another style.
To select a different style:
Once you have selected a style from the expanded list it will appear in the Bibliographic Output Style drop down menu.
While EndNote will display references in your selected referencing style (APA, Chicago, Vancouver etc.), you need to be familiar with that style so you are able to correct any mistakes or inconsistencies in your references. EndNote is not able to recognise incorrect or missing data required for your style. For more information see the Referencing guides.
Watch our short video which shows you how to select a referencing style.
Curtin provides three EndNote styles which have been adapted for use with the Curtin referencing guides. These are available from the Select Another Style menu. If they do not appear there you can download them using the links below:
To download a style on a PC (using Internet Explorer):
To download a style on a MAC:
If you are required to use AGLC4 referencing, we would recommend that you use the following style, created by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS):
Follow the instructions about downloading a style provided in the Using Curtin EndNote styles section of this guide.
Some referencing styles, such as Vancouver, require journal titles to be abbreviated (e.g. New England Journal of Medicine appears as N Engl J Med). EndNote allows you to import a terms list so journal titles are automatically abbreviated.
To import the journal terms list: