Creating an EndNote Library
Adding references manually
Using Library Search
Direct export from databases
Importing with a filter
Exporting from Google Scholar
Finding Full text
Checking for duplicate records Backing up your library
Producing a Bibliography or Reading List
You can use EndNote to produce bibliographies. This means that you can use the references in your library to generate a reading list for students, or a list of references for a colleague, or perhaps a list of your own publications for your CV.
Make sure that you have your preferred output style selected. While holding down the Command key, select a number of references from your library. Click on References on the top menu bar and then click on Show Selected References. You should now be able to see only those references which you selected.
To generate a bibliography from these references using the style that you have selected, click on the File menu, menu Export.
You will now see a dialogue box. Save the exported references to a convenient folder. In the Save file as type box, click on the arrow to select Rich Text Format to ensure you export with formatting. In the Output Style box, make sure that your chosen style is selected: