EndNote is designed to insert citations while you are writing your document (Cite While You Write), but sometimes there are good reasons NOT to use it and create an "independent bibliography" at the end of a document instead:
Create your document with the references input manually:
Then, in your EndNote library, using the Control key, select the references you want for your reference list in your EndNote library.
Select Edit-> Copy Formatted
Return to your Word document and Edit -> Paste the formatted references at the end of the document:
All the text in this document is now editable.
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In order to reference correctly, you need to know exactly what the reference you want to put in your bibliography describes. Book chapter? Webpage? Government report?
When you use EndNote or EndNote Web, you have to know when the EndNote reference has fulfilled the style requirement for that information - or not!
The libguide linked here gives assistance with referencing all types of material in APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, Vancouver and other styles.
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