the Cite While You Write (CWYW) function in EndNote
will allow you to insert references from an EndNote Library into
a Microsoft Word document. This function automatically
creates a formatted reference list (bibliography) of the
citations used within the Word document. Using CWYW will
also make it possible to quickly change the reference output
style of document (e.g., from MLA to APA).
The following tutorials will show you how to use Cite While You
Write functions in EndNote.
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Cite While You Write Features
Insert Formatted Citations into Your Document
Edit Citations in Your Document
Modify an Existing Output Style
Produce Reading Lists or Bibliographies