EndNote allows you to format your in-text citations and reference list entries in your chosen referencing style. When you download the program, hundreds of referencing styles are automatically loaded.
It is important to note that while EndNote will format references in the selected style, the program is not able to recognise if there is incorrect or missing data. It is highly recommended that you familiarise yourself with the referencing style and compare your citations and reference list entries against the relevant referencing guide or style manual to ensure there are no mistakes or inconsistencies.
Once you have selected a style from the expanded list it will be added to the Bibliographic Output Style drop down menu.
It is important to preview your references to ensure they are correctly formatted in your chosen style. EndNote is not able to recognise if there is incorrect or missing data so you should compare your references against the relevant referencing guide or style manual to ensure your references are correct.
Curtin provides three EndNote styles which have been adapted for use with the Curtin referencing guides. These should be included in the Select A Style menu. If they do not appear there you can download them using the links below:
Some referencing styles, such as Vancouver, require journal titles to be abbreviated in the reference (e.g. New England Journal of Medicine appears as N Engl J Med). EndNote allows you to import a terms list so that journal titles are automatically abbreviated.