If you are MCRI or University of Melbourne staff or student, you should request EndNote access from your institution.
Check compatibility and system requirements for Windows and macOS before commencing.
See our EndNote Tips for getting started, and for problem-solving or productivity tips.
We offer regular training sessions on many aspects of using EndNote including how to organise references, images, PDFs and other files in a library, and inserting references directly into your document using Cite While You Write.
We recommend you always have the latest version, so follow the links in EndNote when prompted to upgrade. If you're using an RCH computer you'll need to contact IT to get the upgrade installed.
You should uninstall previous versions before a major upgrade (e.g. from X9 to 20 or 21), but it's not necessary for a minor upgrade (e.g. from 20.1 to 20.2). Always back up your library before a major upgrade.
No, but it's always a good idea to back it up first.
Never keep your working library in a location that syncs to any type of cloud service, including iCloud, Dropbox, OneDrive etc. Nor should you run it from a USB drive, or a network drive. It is, however, safe to store a backup of your library in any of these locations. More info here.
Bring your EndNote library to us and we can insert your references and format your reference list. Charges apply for this service.
Contact us to discuss your needs.