02-18-2021 07:06 AM
02-19-2021 07:09 PM - edited 02-19-2021 07:26 PM
Why exactly are you exporting it? the only time you would export a traveling library is if you received a paper from someone else with a differently library, and wanted any citations that differed. Then I would close your library and open a "temporary" library, export them into that, then you import that library into your main library with discard duplicates on.
Please remove your duplicate post.
04-02-2021 05:21 AM
I thought that importing the traveling library is the way to 'get' sources from a manuscript into endnote.
But maybe I can rephrase my question then: I got a manuscript with endnote sources. How do I 'import' all these references into my endnote library (without duplicates)?
3 weeks ago
From Word, you first export the traveling library to a blank new library, then you go to endnote and open your current library and file>import endnote library, select the library you copied the traveling library to ( it will end in .enl) with discard duplicates (or import duplicates to a new library, if you want to make sure to keep them, to compare them).