Answered By: Laurissa Gann
Last Updated: Apr 17, 2017     Views: 896

Many books are not listed in PubMed or other databases, so it is not as easy to import a book or book chapter citation into EndNote as it is to import a journal citation.  In some cases, you can find the book in Google Scholar and download the citation into EndNote. NOTE:  We recommend that that you verify the accuracy of the imported book citation before using it.  Occasionally, some information may be incomplete or may export to the incorrect field in the EndNote citation.

In some cases you may need to add the citation manually to EndNote. To do this, go to References, New Reference and choose Book or Book Section (i.e. chapter) as your reference type. Enter the information manually.

Example of a Book Chapter:

Example of a Book Citation:

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