Has anyone imported references from GoPubMed (www.gopubmed.com) into Endnote X2? I placed the references on GoPubMed’s clipboard, then scrolled to the bottom of the page and selected export to Endnote. Immediately another webpage opens up with a list of the references in Medline format. It looks like a text file, but I cannot find a “Send to” option. I have tried clicking using the web browser to save the page as a text file by clicking on File, then clicking on Save As, then naming the file and choosing text. When I try to import the text file in Endnote X2, nothing happens. Is there a step I’m missing or something that I am doing wrong? I just don’t get it.
Save the displayed records as a text file.
In EndNote, use the normal import procedure. The filter that you need is called “EndNote Import.”
Worked like a charm! Thank you. Much more helpful than the answer I got from the GoPubMed people. They just told me to save it as a text file and proceed as normal. Didn’t even answer my question about the filter. Kinda of a crucial part of the importing references procedure.