EndNote X7 is available on the workroom Macintosh machines. No extra installation should be necessary. Style, Filters and Connection files are linked to the Library Volume and will be updated automatically as needed.
Other on-campus installations
Ask your Mac Support consultant to install EndNote for you from the CANTMD distribution server.
Once this is done you will need to update the Connection, Style and Filter files by copying the folders from the EndNote Extras folder and loading them into the corresponding existing folders inside the EndNote folder on your own computer.
Check with your consultant if you are unsure about how to do this. You should also reload these files from time to time, as they will be updated by the Library as databases are changed, added, replaced or deleted.
Your own computer
Download the software from the EndNote Software page. If by any chance you cannot download the software, you can borrow the EndNote installation CD-ROM from the ICT Service Desk. You'll be asked to show your UC ID. Install the software following the instructions on the EndNote disc.
- Mac OS X (10.3.6 - 10.4.x) - EndNote 9 or higher
- Mac OS X (10.5 +) (Leopard) - EndNote XI or higher
- PowerPC Macintosh 450MHz or higher
- Hard disk with 180 MB available
- Minimum 256 MB of available RAM
- Internet connection required to search Internet databases
- EndNote files are compatible across Windows and Macintosh platforms.
EndNote is compatible with the following word processors:
- Cite While You Write: Microsoft Word X¹, 2004, 2008²
- RTF Document Scan: works with RTF (Rich Text Format) files created by many word processors including OpenOffice, FrameMaker, AppleWorks and more.
- X3 should allow CWYW with OpenOffice
- X4, and a patch available here, allows the use of Word 2011
- X4.02 incorporates the patch for Word 2011 and is the preferred version.
A note re direct import and Safari
The company that supplies EndNote note that the Safari browser will not seamlessly allow direct export into EndNote - apparently there is a security setting in Safari which prevents this. However, there is a method that apparently works nearly as well; they provide the following details:
'It is possible to use Direct Export with Safari under the Mac OS. When the file is downloaded from whichever database you are using, simply drag the file to the EndNote icon on the Dock. EndNote will then open and prompt for the Library in which to import the file. It is not as seamless as the 'normal' Windows process, but it does work.'
¹ Microsoft Word version X is the minimum required version
² EndNote XI or later is required