For those not aware, if you have Office 2007, Microsoft makes available a free download to enable you to save files as .pdf. SaveAsPDFandXPS.exe is available on the Microsoft site. It is not necessary to buy a copy of Adobe Acrobat, or go searching for any of the many free pdf printing utilities out there, just to output your Word document as a pdf file.
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Here are the basics of inserting citations from your Endnote library into a Word document. This example uses Word 2007 and Endnote X3, but the formatting rules listed here apply to earlier versions of those two programs. I tend to use “temporary citations” while writing a paper, and do the final formatting of citations and insertion of the bibliography after everything else is finished. This keeps Endnote from screwing with my paper until I’m absolutely ready.
To start with, let’s say I want to have a citation in a sentence I’m writing. I’ve found the citation in my Endnote library shown …