Please read the following important information.
The EndNote Desktop X9 version currently installed on RMIT Library student Windows computers is: X9.0. The EndNote company has released a newer version: X9.2. (All Library student Macs already have X9.2.)
You are prompted to download and install this newer version when you open EndNote Desktop X9. Alternatively, using EndNote's toolbar, you can go to Help > Check for Updates in Windows, or EndNote X9 > Check for Updates on Macs:
The newer updated version (X9.2) makes important fixes to bugs or faults within versions X9.0 and X9.1. If you still have X9.0, certain EndNote functions do not work as they should, and it also impacts on the way that EndNote-inserted citations behave in a Microsoft Word document. Although X9.1 is an improvement to X9.0, the former still has other bugs.
The Library has already submitted a request with RMIT's IT department to ask them to update all RMIT Library student Windows computers to X9.2 as soon as possible. Although it is out of the Library's control when this will occur, the Library has emphasised the importance of this update.
Last reviewed: 4 September 2019
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Before you use EndNote:
You need to know which referencing style your School, supervisor or lecturer wants you to use, and then become familiar with that style by using the resources below.
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