Answered By: Alisha Nolan
Last Updated: 30 May 2017     Views: 140

UC Library has created EndNote styles for the most commonly used referencing styles at UC, including:

  • UC APA 6th edition
  • UC Harvard Author Date
  • UC Chicago 16th Author Date
  • UC Chicago 26th Notes
  • UC Vancouver Numeric
  • UC Vancouver Superscript
  • UC AGLC 3rd edition

To download these styles into EndNote follow these steps:

  1. Go to the UC Library's EndNote Guide Referencing Styles page.
  2. Click on the style you wish to download.
  3. Follow the instructions.
If using Internet Explorer - click Open in the File Download screen.
 
If using Firefox - in the File Download screen, make sure the Open with option is selected. Then from  the drop down menu, click Other and select EndNote from the list of applications. Click OK, then OK, then OK again.
 
If using Google Chrome - click on the file download box in the bottom left hand corner.
 
     4.   This will open the style in EndNote. You then need to save the style by going to File > Save as...
           Give the style a name and click Save. 
     5.   The style will now be saved in EndNote.

(NOTE: These styles are also available in the UC Referencing Guide. Go to the tab for the style you require, then select the homepage for that style. Scroll down to the end of the page to find the EndNote file for that style.)

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