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How to Get Help

Don't get discouraged if it takes a little while to get comfortable using EndNote. With a little practice it isn't difficult, and there are many resources available for help and information. The Little EndNote How-To Book X9 gives detailed information on using EndNote, including sharing libraries.

Other ways to get help:

  • EndNote's built-in help system: choose "help" in the EndNote menu.
  • Get help with EndNote 20 on the EndNote Training page. You can also get help with X9 and X8.
  • The Frequently Asked Questions page on the EndNote support site
  • The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library has a great EndNote page and offers workshops and support for the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, as well as Emory Healthcare.
  • Emory General Libraries workshops (on the Events page, which includes EndNote classes)

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EndNote Workshop Handout