To import references from EndNote to LateX, you need to export the references in BibTeX format:
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You may refer to this guide for more information on using EndNote with LaTeX and BibTeX.
You can export and save your references in RIS format and then import it to Mendeley or Zotero. If you have created groups in your EndNote library, we advise you to export your references group by group so that you don't lose your groupings when exporting to Mendeley or Zotero.
You can import references into Mendeley with the steps below:
You can import references into Zotero with the steps below:
EndNote only provides mobile apps for iOS. For the basic features, please refer to the official guide.
For in-text citation, EndNote for iOS only allows inserting temporary citation in a Word document. You still need to complete the in-text citation and bibliography by Cite-While-You-Write in MS Word installed via EndNote desktop or EndNote Web.
You may learn more from the instructions here.
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