The Cite While You Write (CWYW) function allows you to insert references from your EndNote Library into your Microsoft Word document, and instantly format the citations and bibliography in your chosen referencing style. Click on the EndNote tab in Word to access the EndNote toolbar.
Use the drop down arrow in the Style box to choose the style you are using in your EndNote library.
To return to your EndNote library, click on Go to EndNote in the toolbar.
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.
To insert citations into your Word document:
You can also find and insert citations from the EndNote toolbar in Word. To do this:
Changes to in-text citations should be made using the Edit & Manage Citation(s) function in the EndNote toolbar. If you need to alter reference list entries, this should be done in your EndNote library.
To edit in-text citations:
To remove a citation from your document:
You can make changes to the layout of your reference list in Word, such as adding a heading, changing the font size and style or changing the line spacing.
To do this:
It is recommended that you convert your finalised document to plain text before submitting for assessment or publication. Converting to plain text creates a second copy of the document which isn't linked to your EndNote Library. This also allows you to make manual changes to your references.
To convert your Word document to plain text: