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Endnote Basic: Cite while you write

This guide highlights the unique features of EndNote Basic (previously EndNote Web). EndNote Basic is free and can be used with or without EndNote Desktop software.

Before you begin: Step 1

Create an account with EndNoteWeb.  Go here:

Get the CWYW plug-in: Step 2

Collection citations: Step 3

Build your "library" by adding records. Look at this page under the "COLLECT" tabs for instructions:  

Using Cite While You Write: Step 4

Do you need help using the "cite while you write" feature in EndNote Web?

This feature makes it possible to insert citations in your EndNote Web library into a Word document.

Look at the examples in the boxes below or click on this link to the video.

Insert citation to Word

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