A sample search using ABI/Inform gives an overview of how to export from most ProQuest databases to EndNote.

  1. Begin by conducting your search.
  2. Select resources by checking the box to the left of the title.
  3. Next, click on ...More in the upper-right hand area of your search results.

    Screenshot of ProQuest search with checked boxes.
  4. From the drop-down list, select RIS (works with EndNote, Citavi, etc.).

    Screenshot of drop-down menu
  5. In the Export/Save pop-up box, click Continue. (Depending on your screen size, you may need to scroll down to see the Continue button.)

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.)

Screenshot of Firefox pop-up boxes

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