Answered By: Anne Archer
Last Updated: May 10, 2017     Views: 130

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 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 Control and/or 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.

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