There are many different referencing styles available to use within EndNote to format in-text citations, bibliographies, and reference lists. Referencing styles within the EndNote program are referred to as Output Styles.
Key styles which are not included in the EndNote program and need to be downloaded and installed into EndNote are listed in the table below.
|Download||Information and Guides|
UWA (University of Western Australia) has a modified AGLC 4 Endnote Style that you can download into EndNote. Please see their webpage for instructions and link to download the style.
UTS Library, University of Technology Sydney, has an excellent help guide: 'Using EndNote: With the Australian Guide to Legal Citations (AGLC), 4th Edition'
|AMA 11th edition||This style has been created by EndNote, based on the AMA Manual of Style, 11th edition. The full style guide is available from the Main Library at R119 .A533 2020 and online.|
|APA 7th edition||This style has been created by EndNote, based on the recent change from APA Style 6th edition to 7th. A print copy of the APA 7th Style is shelved in the Main Library: BF76.7 P83 2020.|
There are more styles are available for download from the EndNote website.
It is a good idea to check the formatting of your references against the appropriate referencing style guide, as reference data imported into EndNote is seldom 100% correct.
If you need to make adjustments to a reference, make the updates within EndNote:
To update your Word document with the amended reference:
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