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Import 4: How can I download and import references from PubMeds website?

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Import 4: How can I download and import references from PubMeds website?

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Follow the steps below to download your search results from the PubMed website and import them into your Reference Manager database. 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 in the PubMed navigation bar, which is set to Summary by default. • Choose “File” from the “Send to” drop down menu in the PubMed navigation bar. This should bring up a dialog box allowing you to save the text file containing your selected references. Note: If you use File>Save from your browser, instead of the Send To pull down, the file will not import. If you have a popup blocker enabled, such as the one that comes by def

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Follow the steps below to download your search results from the PubMed website and import them into your Reference Manager database. • 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 “Send to:” and select the “File” option. • Choose “Medline” from the “Format” drop down menu in the PubMed navigation bar. Click the “Create file” button. This should bring up a dialog box allowing you to save the text file containing your selected references. Note: If you use File>Save from your browser, instead of the Send To pull down, the file will not import. If you have a popup blocker enabled, such as the one that comes by default from Windows XP Service Pack 2, you may need to disable the popup blocker temporarily to allow the PubMed websit

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