A Format Bibliography dialog appears, where you can select a
Styles contain instructions for how EndNote should format the
citations and bibliography. For this example, the manuscript
template automatically selected the Nature style, which inserts
citation numbers and a bibliography at the end of the paper.
2. For this example, leave With output style set to Nature.
3. Click OK to leave the dialog.
EndNote automatically updates the existing citations and
regenerates the bibliography. If you had changed the bibliographic
style, those changes would be reflected in the paper.
In the future, if you need to make changes to the paper such as adding
or deleting citations or text, just make the necessary edits or additions
in your paper. If you want to change the output style or bibliography
layout settings, choose the Format Bibliography command again.
EndNote will reformat the in text citations and generate a new
bibliography based on your changes.
NOTE: If you directly edit citations or the bibliography, the changes will
be lost when you Format Bibliography again. To make and retain
changes, either modify the output style to affect all citations, or use the
Edit Citation command from the Tools>EndNote menu in Word.
NOTE: More than 1,100 styles are installed in EndNote's Styles folder.
To see a list of them organized by discipline, choose Output Styles from
the Edit menu and select the Style Manager.
Chapter 5: Using EndNote While Writing a Paper with Microsoft Word