To choose a new bibliographic style (except Harvard), click Select Another Style on the Endnote toolbar:
Choose your style from the list in the pop-up Style Manager:
This will now be your default display style until you change it.
HARVARD USERS NOTE: The Harvard version that comes with Endnote is British Standard Harvard; and quite different to the style used at USC.
USC uses the Australian version as modified by the Uni of Qld Library. Download it and use as instructed in the box below.
Some styles do not come with the Endnote installation
These include the version of Harvard style used at USC, and a version of Vancouver using superscripted numbers which is also preferred by most USC students and lecturers.
Get these styles operational using these instructions
On USC Lab computers (Win7):
On your personal PC or Mac:
CHOOSE it using instructions on this page to activate it.
The major formatting styles used at USC are: APA, Harvard (Qld) and Vancouver. See the boxes below on this page.
In EndNote , there are two methods of formatting citations.
To create a reference list in a Word document with in-text citations (i.e., APA6th or Harvard):
NB. Use the harvard_uq_2002_v8+ style at USC
NOTE: EndNote can format citations in the new APA 6th edition style. Please see this page for a few exceptions and problems.
To create a numbered reference list in Word with number in-text (i.e., Vancouver or JAMA):
From the EndNote toolbar in Word choose Vancouver using the Style window.
Important Note: Correct Vancouver referencing requires journal names to be abbreviated according to the NLM List of Journals (searchable here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/journals ). Follow the instruction on the University of Queensland Library's website on loading and using medical journal term lists.
Alternatively: Do you want Vancouver, but with superscript in-text reference numbers?
Try the JAMA style instead. This is almost identical to Vancouver except for:
USC computers have a standard installation with Microsoft Word 2010 and Endnote available preinstalled. This means that you can use the installed Endnote program on these computers and format the references in your Word documents using the Endnote toolbar tab at the top of the screen.
Endnote Web requires its own Word toolbar, but this is preinstalled on USC machines and is easy to activate by following these steps:
NOTE: The toolbar change will take a few seconds while Word loads up your EndnoteWeb (=Endnote Online) components.
In your Word Document have the Endnote toolbar open. Go to the Bibliography section and click on the bottom right corner.
A box appears – click on Layout. Change font to Times New Roman and Size to 12. Click OK