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Emerald Insight - EndNote Export Instructions

Exporting to EndNote from Emerald Insight

1. Conduct your search.

2. Narrow your search by choosing a format from the View results for: menu.

Screenshot showing options for narrowing search.

3. Now that the check-boxes are available, check articles for which you plan to export citations then, from the Add to the marked list menu, click Go.

Screenshot showing checkboxes and "Add to market list menu" item.

4. The following notice will appear at the top of your screen.

The notice reads: "Items have been added to yoru Session amrked list. Please note: this can hold a maximum of 10 items only, and it is not permanent. You currenlty have 3 items in yoru session marked list. To have larger lists that are permanent, please log in to your Emerald Profile. (link provided: Register a profile).

5. To access your marked list, click Marked lists from the left side of the same screen (notice how the checkmarks in the boxes have disappeared).

Screenshot showing location of Marked Lists item.

6. In the next screen, click Select all or choose individual articles for export, then click Export options.

Screenshot showing Export Options item.

7. Click Export to EndNote, Reference Manager.

Screenshot showing Export options box.

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