05-06-2014 03:11 PM
Everyone knows that with EndNote, you can use our impressive catalog of Output Styles to format your bibliography to match thousands of journal and publisher requirements. But did you know you can also tweak those styles to meet your needs, or even create your own style?
EndNote has a powerful built-in style editor that will allow you to match virtually any bibliographic style requirement. To help you use it, we created a guide to navigating this extremely useful tool.
Download it from here: http://endnote.com/kb/131728
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05-06-2014 08:43 PM
Here's a direct link to the guide, in case you are having trouble locating the PDF in the KB: http://endnote.com/sites/en/files/m/pdf/en-x7-win-editing-reference-types-styles.pdf
10-31-2017 12:01 PM - edited 12-12-2017 10:01 AM
Here is the Clarivate Analytics KB link for Endnote X7: https://support.clarivate.com/Endnote/s/article/EndNote-Windows-and-Mac-Style-Editing-Guide?language...
Here are the Clarivate Analytics KB links to X8 style editing Guides.
and because I like everything in one "go to " place. Here are the instructions to handle Journal names and Abbreviations correctly.
3 weeks ago
Hi guys from Endnote
I am an EndNote user since about 10 years or so. Since then I am wondering why you guys provide an "impressive catalog of Output Styles" which are simply wrong (at least for the styles I am using). With every update I hope that you correct them, but somehow this never happened. For example your JACS, FEBS J and NSMB output styles are not the styles the journals demand. I can change the styles accordingly but it is somehow annoying. I guess you get my point. Maybe there will a surprise for EndNote XXI or Endnote LX? Or do I have to continuously change the output style until I retire?
hoping for the Best
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago
Thanks for letting us know. If you get a moment, could you please reach out to Technical Support and report which styles you've noticed that need updating? Support can make sure they get on the list of ones to be corrected.
You can reach them at EndNote.com/support .