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EndNote Use & Support Links

EndNote for iPhone & iPad

Connect EndNote & Google Scholar

EndNote works with Google Scholar to allow you to save citations from search results. Follow these steps to add and EndNote citation export feature to Google Scholar:

  1. Go to Google Scholar.
  2. Click the menu icon in the upper left corner (three horizontal lines).
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Under "Bibliography manager" select "Show links to import citations"
  5. Choose EndNote from the drop-down menu.
  6. Click Save.

Screen capture of settings in Google Scholar 

Upgrade Information & Instructions

Will my database/library be automatically converted to the new version?

  • EndNote should be able to convert any library from an earlier version of EndNote. Before upgrading to a new version of EndNote, you may want to use the "Recover Library" command on your "EndNote library" to ensure that the data in the library is cleaned up.
  • If you do have problems converting a library, see the Support links on the EndNote website.

EndNote recommends that you uninstall all previous versions. (This is not strictly necessary but it may prevent application errors.)

  1. First back up any existing EndNote library files and any customized content files (e.g. styles, connection files, and filters).
  2. Close all open programs, and then uninstall any older versions by selecting "Add/Remove Programs" from the Windows Control Panel (or trash the old folders on a Mac).
  3. Once any older versions have been uninstalled, run the EndNote download following instructions elsewhere on this page.
  4. This will create a new EndNote program folder, and you can then move any backed up library or content files into this new folder.