Using EndNote with Microsoft Word
In addition to storing your references, EndNote is a bibliography maker. It works with Microsoft Word and several other word processors to create formatted bibliographies and citations in your papers. If you install EndNote after you have installed your word processor program, EndNote should update your word processor program and add EndNote options. If you are using Word, to make sure your software has loaded these features open Word: you should see EndNote listed as one of the menu items across the top of the screen. If not, please contact the ITS help desk (685-4000) or an academic computing manager for assistance.
To Add Page Numbers in a Citation
In Word, click to highlight the citation you want to add a page number to, then select the Edit Citation(s) option in the EndNote toolbar menu. This will list all citations in the document, with the selected citation highlighted in the list. EndNote will automatically format the page numbers in the citation according to the currently selected citation style.
To Create a Stand-Alone Bibliography
To create a bibliography of some or all sources in an EndNote library, first select the desired citation style in EndNote (in the menu toward the upper left). Then select to highlight all the citations you want in your bibliography. Hold down the Control key (on a PC; for Mac, hold down the Option key) and drag the citations into a Word document.
You can also print or create a PDF bibliography in EndNote using the File -> Print option in the main menu.