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EndNote: Inserting citations

Manage references and citations in your writing and research

Cite while you write

Cite While You Write (also known as CWYW) is a key feature of EndNote. It allows you to access EndNote from within Microsoft Word to insert citations into the text of your Word documents. CWYW automatically builds a bibliography from the citations you insert.

Note that you should install EndNote after you install Microsoft Word.  When you install EndNote, an EndNote menu is added to the top toolbar. This menu will not appear if you install Word after EndNote.

EndNote's own FAQ's

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Cite While You Write: Adding citations to a word document

Finding and inserting citations from within your word document.

Cite While You Write: Edit & manage citations

How to vary the look of your intext citation.

Cite While You Write: Formatting the bibliography

Changing the look of your bibliography.

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