Click the button 'New Reference' or go to
top bar > references > new reference (CTRL+N)
An empty Reference window appears in which citation data can be entered by hand.
TIP: a quick way to add journal articles manually is to add the doi in the specific field. Close the window and save. Then go to the menu and choose: References > Find Reference Updates.
New references appear as Journal Article, the default setting. Select the appropriate reference type from the drop-down menu, and enter data into fields as described below. Not all fields have to be used. Use the Enter key to begin a new line in the same field; use the Tab key to jump to the next field.
|Author name||lastname, firstname is recommended. Use periods after initials or a space between initials||
Smith, A. A.
|Complex author names||Enter multiple authors on separate lines. See example||de Gaulle, Charles
Smith, Alfred, Jr.
|Multiple authors||Include as many authors as known on separate lines. If all authors are not known, enter et al. or and others as the last author name, followed by a comma.||Smit AA
|Corporate authors||Name organization with a following comma. This prevents EndNote from inverting the name.||World Health Organization,|
|More corporate authors||Enter two commas between organizations and none at the end||World Health Organization, OECD|
|The scale and the feather: a suggested evolution
125-128 (or: 125-28)
You can attach almost any type of file to the File Attachment fields of a reference.