Answered By: Laura Sider
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2017     Views: 347

Q: Can I export citations from Google Scholar into Endnote?
Answered by: Laura Sider

To export citations from Google Scholar into EndNote, click on the "Cite" option. Beneath the auto-generated MLA, APA, and Chicago, citations, you will see links to export files for various reference managers. Click EndNote to download a file. Open the file in the Downloads directory, and EndNote should automatically import it. 

If EndNote does not open automatically, make a note of the location of your Downloads directory. In EndNote, click File > Import. Navigate to the file location and click on it. Pay close attention to the Import Options in the drop-down menu on this dialog box. You want "Multi-Filter (Special)" to be selected.

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