kornbrot[mailto | 3 Jan 17:37 2006

Import file to endnote library

Hi
I have word file from colleague with references created by endnote
I do NOT have his endnote library
How do I select some or all of his references and put them into my library
I would, obviously, prefer not to have to copy author, journal, etc ALL separately

Any help appreciated

Best

diana
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Tom.Maryon[mailto | 3 Jan 17:37 2006

Printing a list of all references in a library

I am an Endnote 8.0 user.  I understand how to sort references by number, author, reference source...etc. 
What I would like to do is to be able to print a list of references sorted by reference number or one of the
other display fields.  When I click on File>Print the list I get is defaulted to print by author in
alphabetical order.   I use APA 5th as my reference type.

Any suggestions.  

Marc.Bizer[mailto | 3 Jan 17:34 2006

Re: Master Word document (many chapters) problem

On Dec 30, 2005, at 7:30 PM, Michael.Edwards[m.edwards <at> ucl.ac.uk] wrote:

> my partner has just completed many years of work on a massive  
> archeological report of 400,000 words using MS Word "master  
> document" to hold all the chapters together and to enable many sets  
> of fields (headings, cross-references, table captions, figure  
> captions etc and end-note citations) all to work together as one.
>
> Master document is a standard word feature.
>

It's a standard word feature, but it's very buggy and will invariably  
wind up corrupting one's document. To be avoided.

--Marc

Richard.Bleicher[mailto | 3 Jan 17:36 2006

Endnote is blind to Imported-Linked Term Lists

I have Endnote 9 for the Mac and imported the medical Journal term lists that comes with the software on the
CD, and ensured that my library is linked appropriately (this journal list to the journal field).

Strangely, it won't recognize the list that was imported and linked. Here's what I mean:

For instance Journal of Clinical Oncology is in the journal term list supplied with the software which I
imported. In the Journal Term List it is visible as the full title of that journal with its associated
abbreviations. For that term, Abbreviation 1 is J. Clin. Oncol. and Abbreviation 2 is J Clin Oncol .

Despite their being in that list, if I type any of those terms in a new reference, they appear in red as if they
don't exist in the list already (and I'm being sure not to type any extra spaces and watch the spelling). If I
type the full journal name EXACTLY as it is in the list with no extra spaces and close the reference, then
look at the journal term list, it creates a brand new (duplicate) term for Journal of Clinical Oncology.
This one, of course, has only the full name I typed with no abbreviations associated. Right below it,
however, is the one which is spelled identically to what I typed but also with the associated
abbreviations that was imported and came with the software. Why is it ignoring these imported lists?

If I use a PUBMED connection to import a reference, PUBMED lists the journal as Abbreviation 2 as such: J Clin
Oncol for the journal. Those imported references will show J Clin Oncol in the journal field as black
(implying that Endnote recognizes this abbreviation/term). But if I try to use a style that employs the
full journal name (Journal of Clinical Oncology) or abbreviation 1 (J. Clin. Oncol.), that style still
only displays J Clin Oncol exactly as it was placed into the reference.  (Again, it's like it doesn't
recognize the journal terms list that was imported.) Strangely, in this case, it doesn't make a new term
out of J Clin Oncol for the first column of the term list. 

Now, however, if I manually enter abbreviations to that duplicate Journal of Clinical Oncology entry that
was added to the list mentioned above, changing the style DOES change the journal appearance, as if the
only terms it will recognize are those that are entered manually. It's as if importing doesn't make
visible terms for the program.

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Abha.Agrawal[mailto | 3 Jan 18:36 2006

Re: Printing a list of all references in a library

Few tips for printing references from an EndNote library:
- References are printed in the order they are sorted in the library. So make sure you have sorted the
references in the library by the field you intend to print.
- Print command affects only the selected references.
- If more than one library is open, the print command applies only to the currently active library.

Thanks, and hope this helps.

Abha Agrawal, MD
Author, EndNote 1-2-3 Easy! Reference Management for the Professional
Publisher: Springer, Released: Novemeber 2005

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I am an Endnote 8.0 user.  I understand how to sort references by number, author, reference source...etc. 
What I would like to do is to be able to print a list of references sorted by reference number or one of the
other display fields.  When I click on File>Print the list I get is defaulted to print by author in
alphabetical order.   I use APA 5th as my reference type.

Any suggestions.  

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Abha.Agrawal[mailto | 3 Jan 18:43 2006

Re: Import file to endnote library

You can use the "traveling library" feature of EndNote. Open the Word document and click
Tools>EndNote>ExportTravelingLibrary. In the next screen select the option of adding these
references to an existing library or of creating a new library.

Thanks, hope this helps.

Abha Agrawal, MD
Author, EndNote 1-2-3 Easy! Reference Management for the Professional
Publisher: Springer, Released: Novemeber 2005

>>> d.e.kornbrot <at> herts.ac.uk] 1/3/2006 11:37 AM >>>

Hi
I have word file from colleague with references created by endnote
I do NOT have his endnote library
How do I select some or all of his references and put them into my library
I would, obviously, prefer not to have to copy author, journal, etc ALL separately

Any help appreciated

Best

diana
Professor Diana Kornbrot
Evaluation Co-ordinator, Blended Learning Unit
University of Hertfordshire
College Lane, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 9AB, UK
Blended Learning Unit  
    voice +44 (0) 170 728 1315
    fax    +44 (0) 170 728 1320
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Mueller.Jörg[mailto | 4 Jan 22:02 2006

Importing from EBSCO/NISC: Diacritical characters

Hi
I have Problems with importing records from MLA (EBSCO) and RILM (NISC) in Endnote 8.02: Characters like ä
(Ae), ü (Ue), ö (oe) are not correctly imported.
MLA: Müller (Mueller) becomes Müller
RILM: Gülke (Guelke) becomes Glke

What can I do? Thanks for help

Jörg Müller, lic. phil.
Stadt- und Universitätsbibliothek Bern
Münstergasse 61, 3011 Bern, Switzerland
031 320 32 64
joerg.mueller <at> stub.unibe.ch 

Harano | 4 Jan 22:02 2006

RE: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1908

Dear Dr. Kombrot,

Sorry, I know of no way you can import from a word file.  Your two best options are:

 1)       Ask your colleague to copy his/her EndNote reference library onto a disk for you.

2)       Identify those you wish to add to your file, get on PubMed, and start importing like crazy.  The easiest way
(for me) to get files from PubMed is to customize the search default down to 3 fields - author, year, and page
number.  In almost all cases, this gives me just correct reference to
import.

Kim Harano
Administrative Coordinator III
Baylor College of Medicine
Dept. of Ophthalmology
Houston, TX

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Hi
I have word file from colleague with references created by endnote
I do NOT have his endnote library How do I select some or all of his references and put them into my library I
would, obviously, prefer not to have to copy author, journal, etc ALL separately

Any help appreciated

Best

diana
Professor Diana Kornbrot

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R.Scott.Clark[mailto | 4 Jan 22:00 2006

Inconsistent Instant Formatting in Word 2003 in XP

I'm using Endnote 8.0 in MS 2003 on a ThinkPad running XP.

Why does instant formatting show up inconsistently and why does the cwyw
smart tag recognizer (under tools ->autocorrect ->smart tags) not appear at
all? 

How can I remedy this?

EN 8 help says to highlight/click this recognizer, but it doesn't appear.  

Thanks.

R. Scott Clark, D.Phil.,
Associate Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology
Westminster Seminary California
1725 Bear Valley Parkway
Escondido CA 92027 
USA
760 480 8474
rsclark <at> wscal.edu
http://www.wscal.edu
http://public.csusm.edu/guests/rsclark/index.htm

Tom.Maryon[mailto | 4 Jan 22:00 2006

RE: Printing a list of all references in a library

Thanks for the suggestion but what I want to include in the print output is
the actual reference number assigned by Endnote which is one of the display
fields.  A

When I print I get the list of references but I want to be able to track my
references in Endnote and match them to the actual hardcopy reference
document.  I am using the reference number assigned by Endnote.  

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Few tips for printing references from an EndNote library:
- References are printed in the order they are sorted in the library. So
make sure you have sorted the references in the library by the field you
intend to print.
- Print command affects only the selected references.
- If more than one library is open, the print command applies only to the
currently active library.

Thanks, and hope this helps.

Abha Agrawal, MD
Author, EndNote 1-2-3 Easy! Reference Management for the Professional
Publisher: Springer, Released: Novemeber 2005

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