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Using Library Search

You can import records from Library Search to your EndNote Library. Please note however that the quality of data import can vary- ensure that you check every EndNote record after each export.

  • Run your search as per normal in Library Search.
  • For the relevant record to be imported into your EndNote Library, click on one of the linked options below, that is Details or View It (etc.). Click on Actions and select EndNote (RIS).

Actions with EndNote (RIS)

  • A pop-up box will open saying 'Import to Citation Manager' (Encoding: UTF-8). Click OK.

Import to Citation Manager box

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