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Thomson Reuters EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3: A Comprehensive Guide for Researchers and Academics



Thomson Reuters EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3: A Powerful Tool for Research and Citation Management




If you are a researcher, student, or academic who needs to organize, manage, and cite your references, you may want to try EndNote. EndNote is a reference manager that helps you save time, stay organized, collaborate with colleagues, and ultimately, get published. In this article, we will introduce you to Thomson Reuters EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3, the latest version of this popular software. We will also show you how to install, use, and compare it with other citation managers.




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What is EndNote and what does it do?




EndNote is a software that allows you to store, organize, and manage information resources. It can help you:


  • Import references from search engines, databases, and websites



  • Save PDFs, images, and other documents



  • Annotate PDFs



  • Insert citations and create bibliographies on Word documents



  • Collaborate with other researchers



EndNote is compatible with both Windows and Mac computers. It has a desktop version that you can install on your personal computer, an online version that you can access from any device via the cloud, and an iPad app that you can use on the go. You can sync your libraries between different devices and platforms.


What is Thomson Reuters EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3 and what are its features?




Thomson Reuters EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3 is the latest version of EndNote that was released in September 2021. It has some new features and improvements that make it more user-friendly and efficient. Some of these features are:


  • A new Tabs feature that allows you to work on multiple projects at once



  • A refreshed user interface that makes it easier to navigate and customize



  • An improved PDF viewer that supports highlighting, underlining, strikethrough, sticky notes, freehand drawing, stamps, shapes, text boxes, signatures, etc.



  • A Manuscript Matcher tool that helps you find relevant journals for your paper based on your title, abstract, and references



  • A library sharing feature that lets you share some or all of your library with up to 100 collaborators worldwide



  • A library analysis tool that helps you conduct large-scale literature reviews with ease and speed



What are the benefits of using EndNote for research and citation management?




Using EndNote can help you save time, stay organized, collaborate with colleagues, and get published. Here are some of the benefits of using EndNote:


You can import references from hundreds of online resources with one click</ - You can save PDFs and other documents in your library and access them anytime, anywhere - You can annotate PDFs with various tools and sync them across devices - You can cite while you write and generate bibliographies in any style and format - You can collaborate with other researchers and share your libraries with them - You can find the best journals for your paper and submit it with ease How to install EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3




If you want to try EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3, you need to make sure that your computer meets the system requirements and compatibility. Here are the minimum requirements for Windows and Mac computers:



Operating System


Windows


Mac


Processor


Pentium 450 MHz or higher


Intel-based Macintosh


Hard Disk Space


600 MB available


700 MB available


Memory


256 MB of RAM or higher


512 MB of RAM or higher


Display


XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) or higher resolution monitor


XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) or higher resolution monitor


Internet Connection


Required for EndNote online features, sync, and updates


Required for EndNote online features, sync, and updates


Word Processor Support


Microsoft Word [Cite While You Write] for Windows: 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019Apache OpenOffice [Cite While You Write] for Windows: 3.xPartner integration for Cite While You Write: Wolfram Mathematica 8Format Paper: Word processors that save .rtf files:


Microsoft Word [Cite While You Write] for Macintosh: 2011, 2016, 2019 (version 16.43 and later)Apple Pages '09Partner integration for Cite While You Write: Apple Pages '09; Mathematica 8Format Paper: Word processors that save .rtf files:


WordPad for supported Windows versionsTextEdit for Mac OS XApache OpenOffice versions 1, 2.x, 3.xNissus Writer Macintosh OSX versionMellel versions 1, 2.xLibreOffice versions 1, 2.x, 3.xNeoOffice versions 1, 2.x, 3.x


Note: Compatibility may vary depending on user hardware configuration and operating system updates.



To install EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3, you need to download the software from the official website or use the CD-ROM if you have purchased it. You also need to have a product key that you can find on the CD case or in the confirmation email if you have bought it online. Here are the steps to install EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3:



  • Close all open applications on your computer.



  • If you are using the CD-ROM, insert it into your computer. If you are using the download link, click on it and save the file to your computer.



  • If you are using the CD-ROM, the installation wizard will start automatically. If you are using the download link, double-click on the file to start the installation wizard.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process. You will be asked to enter your product key and accept the license agreement.



  • When the installation is complete, click Finish.



  • You can now launch EndNote from your desktop or start menu.

How to use EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3




Once you have installed EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3, you can start using it to manage your references and citations. Here are some of the basic steps to use EndNote:


How to create and organize an EndNote library




An EndNote library is a collection of references and documents that you can use for your research. You can create as many libraries as you want, depending on your needs and preferences. To create a new library, follow these steps:



  • Open EndNote and click on File > New.



  • Choose a name and location for your library and click Save.



  • Your new library will open with an empty reference list and a groups panel.



To organize your library, you can use groups and group sets. Groups are subsets of references that share a common characteristic, such as a topic, a project, or a keyword. Group sets are collections of groups that help you categorize your references. To create a group or a group set, follow these steps:



  • Right-click on the groups panel and select Create Group or Create Group Set.



  • Enter a name for your group or group set and click OK.



  • To add references to a group, drag and drop them from the reference list or use the Groups menu.



How to import and manage references and PDFs




To add references to your library, you can import them from various sources, such as online databases, websites, or files. You can also manually enter references if they are not available online. To import references from online sources, follow these steps:



  • Click on the Online Search icon on the toolbar or go to Tools > Online Search.



  • Select a connection file from the list or click on More... to browse more options. A connection file is a file that allows EndNote to communicate with an online database or website.



  • Enter your search terms in the search box and click Search.



  • Select the references that you want to import and click Copy to Local Library or Copy Reference to.



To import references from files, follow these steps:



  • Click on the Import icon on the toolbar or go to File > Import.



  • Select a file from your computer or browse for it.



  • Select an import option from the list or click on Other Filters... to browse more options. An import option is a file that tells EndNote how to interpret the data in the file.



  • Select a destination for your imported references, such as a group or your entire library.



  • Click Import.



To manually enter references, follow these steps:



  • Click on the New Reference icon on the toolbar or go to References > New Reference.



  • Select a reference type from the drop-down menu at the top of the window, such as Journal Article, Book, Web Page, etc.



  • Enter the information for each field in the reference window, such as author, title, year, etc.



  • Click Save when you are done.



To add PDFs and other documents to your library, you can either attach them to existing references or import them as new references. To attach documents to existing references, follow these steps:



  • Select one or more references in your library.



  • Right-click on them and select File Attachments > Attach File...



  • Select a file from your computer or browse for it.



  • The file will be attached to the selected references and stored in your library folder.



To import documents as new references, follow these steps:



  • Click on the Import icon on the toolbar or go to File > Import.



  • Select Folder... from the drop-down menu next to Import File.



  • Select a folder from your computer that contains PDFs or other documents that you want to import.



  • Select PDF as the import option from the drop-down menu next to Import Option.



  • Select a destination for your imported references, such as a group or your entire library.



  • Click Import.



How to cite while you write and generate bibliographies




One of the most useful features of EndNote is its integration with Microsoft Word. You can use EndNote's Cite While You Write (CWYW) function to insert citations and generate bibliographies in your Word documents. To use CWYW, follow these steps: Insert Citation. - A dialog box will appear where you can search for a reference in your EndNote library by author, title, year, or keyword. - Select the reference that you want to cite and click Insert. - The citation will appear in your document in the style that you have chosen. You can change the style by clicking on the Style drop-down menu on the EndNote tab and selecting a different one. - To generate a bibliography, click on the Bibliography group on the EndNote tab and select Update Citations and Bibliography. - The bibliography will appear at the end of your document in the same style as your citations. You can edit the bibliography by clicking on the Edit & Manage Citation(s) button on the EndNote tab and making changes as needed. How to annotate PDFs and share libraries with collaborators




Another useful feature of EndNote is its ability to annotate PDFs and share libraries with collaborators. You can use EndNote's PDF viewer to highlight, underline, strikethrough, add sticky notes, freehand draw, stamp, shape, text box, signature, etc. on your PDFs. You can also sync your annotations across devices and platforms. To annotate PDFs, follow these steps:



  • Select a reference in your library that has a PDF attached to it.



  • Double-click on the PDF icon or right-click on it and select Open PDF.



  • The PDF will open in a new window with a toolbar that contains various annotation tools.



  • Select a tool and apply it to the PDF as you wish. You can also use the zoom, rotate, search, print, and save functions on the toolbar.



  • When you are done annotating, close the window and save the changes.



To share libraries with collaborators, you need to have an EndNote online account and sync your library with it. You can then invite other EndNote users to access your library online and make changes to it. To share libraries, follow these steps:



  • Click on the Sync icon on the toolbar or go to Tools > Sync.



  • If you have not already done so, enter your EndNote online account credentials and click OK.



  • Your library will be synced with your online account.



  • Click on the Share icon on the toolbar or go to File > Share.



  • A dialog box will appear where you can enter the email addresses of your collaborators and set their access level (read-only or read-write).



  • Click Invite. Your collaborators will receive an email invitation to join your library online.



How to compare EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3 with other citation managers




EndNote is not the only citation manager available in the market. There are other tools that offer similar or different features and functions. Some of the most popular ones are Mendeley and Zotero. How do they compare with EndNote? Here is a table that summarizes some of their main characteristics:



Citation Manager


EndNote


Mendeley


Zotero


Price


$249.95 for a single user licenseFree for students and faculty at participating institutionsFree online version with limited storage


Free for basic version with 2 GB of storage$55/year for Plus version with 5 GB of storage$165/year for Pro version with unlimited storage


Free for basic version with 300 MB of storage$20/year for Plus version with 2 GB of storage$60/year for Unlimited version with unlimited storage


Platform


Windows and MacOnlineiPad app


Windows, Mac, and LinuxOnlineMobile apps


Windows, Mac, and LinuxOnlineNo mobile apps


Library Size


Unlimited referencesUnlimited attachments


Limited by storage spaceUp to 100 MB per attachment


Limited by storage spaceNo limit per attachment


Pros:


  • Powerful features and functions for research and citation management

  • Integration with Microsoft Word and other word processors

  • Large number of citation styles and formats available

  • Ability to annotate PDFs and share libraries with collaborators



Cons:


  • Expensive for individual users

  • Complex and steep learning curve

  • Requires installation and updates

  • Syncing and sharing may be slow or problematic



Citation Manager


Mendeley


Zotero


EndNote


Pros:


  • Free and easy to use

  • Social network for researchers

  • Automatic extraction of metadata from PDFs and web pages

  • Integration with Microsoft Word, LibreOffice, and Google Docs



Cons:


  • Limited storage space and attachment size

  • Owned by Elsevier, a controversial publisher

  • Less customization and control over citation styles and formats

  • PDF annotation tools are basic and not synced



Citation Manager


Zotero


EndNote


Mendeley


Pros:


  • Free and open source

  • Powerful web browser extension that captures references from any source

  • Integration with Microsoft Word, LibreOffice, and Google Docs

  • Ability to create standalone notes and tags for references



Cons:


  • Limited storage space

  • No mobile apps

  • No PDF annotation tools

  • Sharing libraries may require third-party services



As you can see, each citation manager has its own strengths and weaknesses. The best one for you depends on your personal preferences, needs, and budget. You can try them out for yourself and see which one suits you best.


Conclusion




In this article, we have introduced you to Thomson Reuters EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3, the latest version of the popular reference manager. We have shown you how to install, use, and compare it with other citation managers. We hope that you have learned something new and useful from this article. If you are interested in trying EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3 for yourself, you can download a free trial from the official website or buy it online. You can also check out the user guide, tutorials, and support pages for more information and help. EndNote is a powerful tool that can help you with your research and citation management. Why not give it a try and see how it can improve your productivity and efficiency?


FAQs




Here are some of the frequently asked questions and answers related to EndNote X7 V17 0 0 7072 3:


Q: How do I update my EndNote to the latest version?




A: If you have an older version of EndNote, you can update it to the latest version by following these steps:



  • Open EndNote and go to Help > Check for Updates.



  • If there is an update available, click on Download and Install.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the update process.



You may need to restart your computer after the update.</ Q: How do I backup and restore my EndNote library?




A: It is important to backup your EndNote library regularly to prevent data loss or corruption. You can backup your library by following these steps:



  • Open EndNote and go to File > Compressed Library (.enlx).



  • Select the option to Create or Create & Email a compressed library.



  • Choose a name and location for your compressed library and click Next.



  • Select the option to include file attachments and all references in the library.



  • Click Next and then OK.



  • A compressed file with the extension .enlx will be created and saved in your chosen location. You can also email it to yourself or someone else.



To restore your library from a backup, follow these steps:



  • Locate the compressed file with the extension .enlx on your computer or email.



  • Double-click on the file to extract it.



  • A folder with the same name as the compressed file will be created and contain two files: a .enl file and a .Data folder.



  • Open the .enl file with EndNote. Your library will be restored with all your references and attachments.



Q: How do I export my EndNote references to other formats?




A: If you want to export your EndNote references to other formats, such as CSV, XML, RIS, BibTeX, etc., you can do so by following these steps:



  • Select the references that you want to export in your library.



  • Go to File > Export.



  • Choose a name and location for your exported file and select a file type from the drop-down menu next to Save as type.



  • Select an output style from the drop-down menu next to Output style. You can choose from the existing styles or click on Select Another Style... to browse more options.



  • Click Save. Your references will be exported in the chosen format and style.



Q: How do I get help and support for EndNote?




A: If you need help and support for EndNote, you can access various resources online or contact the customer service team. Some of the resources are:<


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