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Import 1: How can I download and import references from PubMeds website?

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Import 1: How can I download and import references from PubMeds website?

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If you are using EndNote 7 or earlier, you will need to first download the most current version of the PubMed filter, as their Medline format has changed since these versions of EndNote were released. The updated filter is available here: Download new “PubMed (NLM)” filter for Windows / Macintosh. Save this file to the Filters folder, within the EndNote folder on your computer, and replace the existing filter with this one when asked. Follow the steps below to download your search results from the PubMed website and import them into your EndNote library. These steps refer to the PubMed navigation bar on their website, illustrated below: • Go to the PubMed website in your web browser. The address is http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez. • Execute your searches to obtain search results (Select “Clipboard” from the “Send to” drop down in the PubMed navigation bar to save records from multiple searches as you work). • On the search results page, select “MEDLINE” in the Display dropdown menu

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To download a single reference from the PubMed website with the Endnote Web Toolbar installed in your browser, do the following: • Go to the PubMed website in your web browser. The address is http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed. • Execute your searches to obtain search results. • On the search results page, select the record you want to import by clicking on the title to view the individual record. • Click the “Capture” button on the Endnote Web toolbar. • Click the “Save To” button to save it to your EndNote Web library. Follow the steps below to download your search results containing more than one record from the PubMed website and import them into your EndNote Web library. • Go to the PubMed website in your web browser. The address is http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed. • Execute your searches to obtain search results (Select “Clipboard” from the “Send to” drop down in the PubMed navigation bar to save records from multiple searches as you work). • On the search results page, use “S

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Note: EndNote 8-X2 have an issue where the year will import blank unless you use the steps here. Note: EndNote 7 or earlier, you will need to first download the most current version of the PubMed filter, as their Medline format has changed since these versions of EndNote were released. The updated filter is available here: Download new “PubMed (NLM)” filter for Windows / Macintosh. Save this file to the Filters folder, within the EndNote folder on your computer, and replace the existing filter with this one when asked. Note that EndNote 7 and earlier users may find the Year field blank for 2010 and later references, the only option is to upgrade or type the year in manually. All versions of EndNote: Follow the steps below to download your search results from the PubMed website and import them into your EndNote library. • Go to the PubMed website in your web browser. The address is http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed. • Execute your searches to obtain search results (Select “Clipboard” f

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