2. Direct export from databases to EndNote on your Mac.
There is more information on Direct Export over here.
See the section on Collecting References for more information about exporting records directly from databases to EndNote. The database side of things will work the same way whether you are using Windows or Mac, but there are changes on the EndNote library end of the process.
You may have difficulty exporting from databases if you are using Safari. We recommend that you download and use Firefox for working with EndNote on a Mac.
Many databases allow you to save references directly from a marked list to your personal EndNote library. In the marked list area, you will see an option to save your selections in “Direct Export” format for EndNote. On the Mac this option will download the file to the Downloads folder on your Mac and not actually directly export the records into your EndNote library as a Windows PC would.
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