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|Understand what EndNote can do for you. UT Southwestern faculty, staff, and students can use EndNote citation management software to organize their references and PDFs and to create and manage their bibliographies in MS Word.|
|Download EndNote X8 for either Windows or Mac and then install it. Note that you must be on campus or using VPN to connect to campus to be able to download the software.|
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Other Important Notes
- The EndNote site license is purchased annually by the UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences to enhance the training environment of graduate students and post-doctoral researchers. This license permits use by UT Southwestern Medical Center and University Hospital affiliates at no extra charge.
- EndNote libraries should be kept on your computer's hard drive, not network or cloud drives.
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- You can contact EndNote technical support at 800-336-4474, option 4, to answer difficult questions.
- You can contact LibEndNote@utsouthwestern.edu to get EndNote support or use our online form to get personal or group training from your Digital Library and Learning Center.
- See also Exporting Citations from Ovid and Adding PubMed Citations to EndNote.