Yo, dude! So you wanna know how to manually enter a citation into EndNote? No worries, I got you covered! 😎
First off, let me just say that EndNote is a dope piece of software that can save you hella time and effort when it comes to managing your references. But sometimes, you gotta enter a citation manually, and that’s where things can get a little tricky. 🤔
Here’s what you gotta do, step by step:
Open EndNote and select the library you want to work with.
Click on “References” in the menu bar and select “New Reference” from the drop-down menu.
Choose the reference type you want to enter (e.g., journal article, book, website, etc.)
Fill in the fields with the appropriate information. This will vary depending on the reference type you selected. Make sure you double-check your spelling and formatting, cuz EndNote can be pretty picky about that stuff.
Once you’re done entering all the info, hit “Save” and your citation will be added to your library.
Easy peasy, right? 😜
Now, I know what you’re thinking – “But what if I make a mistake? How do I edit or delete a citation in EndNote?” Don’t worry, I gotchu.
To edit a citation, simply select it in your library and make the changes you need. Then hit “Save” and you’re good to go. To delete a citation, select it and hit “Delete” on your keyboard.
And that’s it, my dude! You’re now a pro at manually entering citations in EndNote. 🤘