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If you've been asked to create an annotated bibliography, you can use EndNote to insert a full reference list into a Word document without the in-text citations.
In EndNote, first ensure that you have the correct referencing style selected at the top of the screen. Now highlight the references you wish to appear in your bibliography (use the CTRL and/or the Shift keys to highlight multiple references).
Right-click on the highlighted area and select Copy Formatted. Open a blank Word document and paste the references into it.
Now simply type in your annotations between the references as necessary.
You can also drag the references into a Word document using your mouse and selecting the CTRL key at the same time.
To create a separate bibliography document you need one EndNote library or group which contains all of the references you have used throughout your dissertation or thesis.
This document will display your full bibliography in your chosen style and can be added to the end of your submission.
If you are working on a long document, such as a dissertation or thesis, you may have several chapter documents which you wish to combine into one. In this final document you may require chapter bibliographies, one final bibliography or both. To ensure your final document displays your references correctly you must be careful to unformat/reformat your documents correctly. Follow the appropriate instructions below.
To combine multiple Word documents into one with one final bibliography
To combine multiple Word documents into one with chapter bibliographies
Keep each chapter document separate until the very end when you no longer wish to make any changes to your EndNote references. You will be combining them for printing/submission purposes only.
Your final document will retain chapter bibliographies.
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