EndNote has a small number of styles already loaded into the Style drop-down menu, but you can find more styles and add them to the quick list. Drop down the Styles and choose "Select Another Style...", you will then be able to look through the styles that come with EndNote to select the style you want.
Please note, EndNote X9 was released before APA and AMA upgraded to their latest versions, so APA 7th and AMA 11th are not available as part of the downloaded EndNote package. You will need to download these styles separately (as you will for other styles like AMA 10th and Harvard) before they can be searched for by choosing "Select Another Style..." See instructions below.
Many of the styles in EndNote aren't quite right, and may require modification. We recommend familarising yourself with the style before using EndNote so you can see if the style needs to be modified.
The University of Queensland has also created some styles for Australian Journals.
Styles provided by EndNote may not match the JCU version of the style exactly. You should check the format that EndNote provides against the Library's Referencing Guide for the style you are required to use.
Some styles downloaded with EndNote do not match the JCU version of the style, including AMA and Harvard. You can download these styles and see notes on using them below.
It is possible to edit EndNote styles to adapt them to your needs. For example, you can edit a style for a journal that does not have an existing EndNote style.
AMA 11th is not a standard style in the EndNote Style Manager in EndNote x9, but can be downloaded from the EndNote website.
The JAMA style that comes standard in EndNote 20 is based on AMA 11th edition.
EndNote has released a style for APA 7th Edition, however the style is quite buggy and needs some work.
We recommend using the style to get the rough pieces of your referencing in place, but not relying on it. After you have finished using EndNote to populate your references, Convert to Plain Text and use a guide or the APA Publication Manual to correct any mistakes.
Known problems with the EndNote APA 7th style:
The latest version of EndNote (X9) has some errors in the APA style installed with the software.
Please download the new version of the style below and install it using the instruction to the left.
The "Harvard Referencing Style" that comes standard with the EndNote software is not the version of Harvard used at JCU. If you wish to use EndNote for Harvard referencing here at JCU, please download the adaptation below.
IMPORTANT FORMATTING NOTES:
Access Date. Harvard requires an access date for all electronic resources. Enter the date in the Access Date field in the following format:
Images Images should be entered as the reference type Web page .
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