I recently reinstalled OS X on my Mac due to faulty behaviour (2012 Macbook Pro, needed a clean OS-install). Before I reinstalled OS, I saved a copy of my EndNote library (X7) and put both the library copy and “My EndNote Library.Data” folder on a flash drive. I imported my library after reinstalling Word (also 2011) and EndNote (also X7).
My Word documents still has their citations in them and EndNote seems to be working fine. Some of the citations in the library, however, has disappeared. They still appear in the bibliography in the Word document, but the corresponding citation is nowhere to be found in the library, although it was there when I saved a copy of the library before the clean OS reinstall. This is the cause for several citations. The only thing that is changed is that I imported a new APA 6th output style, where I previously used a APA 6th style I had modified slightly myself (no major changes from the standard one). Also, I have updated EndNote to a more recent version of X7 than the one I used before.
When I go to “Edit & Manage Citations” on the EndNote toolbar in Word, the citations I can’t find in my library has written “Traveling Library” next to them, whereas the citations I can find in my library has written “My EndNote Library Copy” next to them. I included a screenshot of this (see attachment).
How can I retrieve my citations that are now somehow in something called “Traveling Library”?
OS X Yosemite 10.10.2
Early 2012 MacBook Pro
MS Word (2011)
All help is much appreciated,