Answered By: Catherine Dale Last Updated: May 31, 2020 Views: 61
The Newcastle_Translation and NU_Translation styles should be available on all Cluster PCs and available through RAS.
Select the style drop down box on the toolbar in EndNote and if you can’t see it on the list, click on ‘Select another style’.
You can search for the style by scrolling down the list or entering the first two letters of a keyword (e.g. Newcastle) in the search box. It should be in the list. Simply click on it when you find it.
If you have your own copy of EndNote and need to download the style:
- Click on the style below to download the file.
- Browse to the location where you downloaded the style. Right-click on the style file and select copy.
- Browse to your EndNote Styles folder. This will typically be in following location:
- C:\Program Files\EndNote #\Styles (Where # is the version number for EndNote)
- Right-click in this folder and choose Paste. Your style should now be installed in the EndNote program.
Note: if you are unable to save the style to the folder in C:\ (e.g. if you need Admin rights to do so), you can create an EndNote Styles Folder in another suitable location and point EndNote to this new folder instead. To do this: In your EndNote Library Edit > Preferences > then in the grey box select Folder locations and your Style Folder location.
Newcastle_Translation.ens is the original style used by the School of Modern Languages, based upon Harvard.
NU_Translation.ens is the most current style used by the School of Modern Languages.