Endnote Word 2007 Bibliography Apa

Have Word and EndNote open with the library you wish to use

There are many ways to add the references in EndNote to Word. These are two simple methods

Method 1

  • Select the reference in EndNote that you wish to insert into Word
    • You can insert multiple citations by using the Ctrl key to select and copy a number of references at the same time.You can also use the Shift key to select a block of references or Ctrl-a to select all references
  • Alt+1 to switch to Word and place your cursor where the in-text citation is to go
  • Alt+2 to insert the in-text citation

Note: with Alt, use the 1 and 2 keys in the main keyboard, not the number pad. You can use Alt+1 to switch back to EndNote to select further references

Method 2

  • Select the reference in EndNote that you wish to insert into Word, and copy it (Ctrl-c)
    • You can insert multiple citations by using the Ctrl key to select and copy a number of references at the same time.You can also use the Shift key to select a block of references or Ctrl-a to select all references
  • Switch to Word and paste (Ctrl-v)

You have now inserted a temporary placeholder for the citation in Word that looks like this {Smith, 1987 #28}

  • If “Cite While You Write” (CWYW) is turned on (default setting), the temporary placeholder will be rapidly converted to an in-text citation, and the bibliography entry generated after your text
  • If CWYW is turned off, the temporary placeholder will remain until the bibliography is formatted (see below)

Formatting your bibliography

Even if CWYW is turned on, you may need to change settings for your own requirements

  • In Word’s EndNote ribbon, check in the Bibliography block that the correct style is selected

    If you need a different style, click the drop-down to see a short list of other styles; click Select Another Style... to see all styles currently available to you
  • If you are working with CWYW turned off, click Update Citations and Bibliography to generate the citations and bibliography
  • Bibliography Preferences: You can control some elements of the layout of the bibliography (font, heading, indenting and line spacing) by clicking the small arrow at the corner of the Bibliography block and then the Layout tab

There may be a slight delay, but the bibliography will soon appear at the very end of your document.

More Specific Formatting of the Bibliography

For EndNote version X7 later, you can also edit the Word style for the EndNote Bibliography

  • Move your cursor into one of the bibliography entries
  • Format the paragraph settings as you would like them to appear — for example, alter the indenting of the paragraph
  • Right-click and choose Styles > Update EndNote Bibliography to Match Selection

Creating chapter bibliographies

See this article for details http://endnote.com/kb/82598

You are writing a manuscript that contains several chapters. You would like to display a reference list at the end of each chapter but not at the end of the manuscript. The latest EndNote version can help you accomplish this task. You just need to do two things:

From the EndNote Library: modify the style

  1. Go to Edit -->Output Styles --> Open Style Manager and choose the style you are using. For example, APA 6th
  2. Click Edit and then click Sections from the lefthand panel when the style window opens. This allows you to create multiple reference list for a single Word document
  3. Check “Create a bibliography for each section”
  4. Save the style as a modified version of  APA 6th , such as APA 6th Bibliography

On the Word document: insert section break to each chapter and apply the modified style

For Mac Users (Word 2011)

  1. Separate each chapter by going to Insert --> Section Break
  2. Go to Tools --> EndNote --> Configure Bibliography making sure the style is set to the one you just modified, such as APA 6th Bibliography
  3. Word document will automatically update the references and display them after each chapter.

For PC Users (Word 2010)

  1. Separate each chapter by going to Page Layout  --> Break -->Next Page under Section Breaks
  2. Click the EndNote tab on Word
  3. Click the arrow at the right corner of Bibliography 
  4. Configure Bibliography window opens making sure the style is set to the one you just modified, such as APA 6th Bibliography
  5. Word document will automatically update the references and display them after each chapter.
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