Use of Downloaded Files
Installing Individual Styles
- Download the style you want to install.
- Double-click the style file. It should open in EndNote.
- In EndNote, go to “File Menu” and choose “Save As”. Replace the word “copy” with your style’s name and click “Save”.
- Click on “File Menu” and choose “Close Style”.
Have version X1 or prior? Click here for instructions.
Installing All Styles or Styles by Category
- In EndNote, go to “Menu” and choose “Customizer”.
- Place a check next to all of the “Output Styles” you’d like.
- Click “Next” twice and “Done” to close the window.
- Go to “Control Panel” and choose “Add or Remove Programs” in Windows XP or “Programs and Features” in Windows Vista/7. Select EndNote and choose “Change”. Select the “Modify Option” and choose “Next”.
- Place a check next to “Additional Styles” and choose “Will be installed on local hard drive.” Click the plus sign to select only specific styles. Click “Next”.
I am accessing Endnote Web through an institutional subscription.
I am finding, however, that Endnote Web doesn't work correctly, anyway, so I'll abandon my attempt at using it for now (I had given Endnote 7 a try a few years ago, found it severely broken and annoying - in particular with its idea of keeping citation information in local desktop "libraries" that cannot be bundled with the document and shared with collaborators - and thought I give the new web-capable product a chance where the local library weirdness was finally fixed.) Or so I thought, until I discovered that Endnote Web is not the flagship product - that is X2 which suffers from the same annoyances as Endnote 7.
On a related note, I found that if you use Chicage Style A in footnote/endnote mode, Endnote Web does not include page numbers for journal-type entries in the reference, even though the record contains them. That's bizarre, and renders it completely useless if I have to enter page numbers manually for each entry.