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Instructions for exporting citations from AustLit to EndNote
The first time you use AustLit, you will probably need to install a special filter before you can export citations to EndNote. Instructions follow below in two stages, first for getting and installing the filter, and second for exporting citations.
Instructions for Installing the Filter
- Before you begin, it will be useful to download and install the AustLit filter if you haven't already. (You can come back to this step later, though, if you prefer). Get the filter here.
- In the pop-up Opening Artstor.enf box, make sure the Open with box is set to EndNote X6 (as below) then click OK.
- The Artstor filter will open in EndNote. From the main EndNote menu, click File then Save as.
- In the Save as box, remove the word Copy, then click Save.
Instructions for Exporting Citations
- Choose by checking the boxes for which you plan to export citations then, to the right, click the drop-down arrow labeled Brief record, which is located under the Export/Format on Screen As (?) heading.
- Select Endnote.
- When the drop-down menu returns to normal, select Marked from the Select Works menu above it, then click Go, from below.
- From the pop-up Choose An Import Filter box, select newsaustlit01 then click Choose. The export should complete automatically from this point.
Some browsers may ask you to choose a helper application.
- Check Open with then click Browse.
- This will open a second box (the Choose Helper Application box). Select EndNote.
- Click OK to both boxes when finished.
- You can also check Do this automatically for files like this from now on, to save time in the future.
If citations fail to export, also check for pop-up blockers (which may appear as a banner notice along the top or bottom of your screen). Citation also will not export if you have a reference open in EndNote. (To be sure you do not have a reference open, in EndNote, click on All References.)