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What are output (or citation) styles?
Output styles equate to citation styles and some of the better-known citation styles are APA, Chicago and MLA.
EndNote literally has thousands of journal specific citation styles available. The default installation of EndNote only loads the 100 most popular output styles. The complete set of available citation styles is available for download from:
. Please note that you can use the "style finder" on the EndNote website to help you sort through the thousands of styles available. You can also sort the repository of output styles by style name, discipline or date. http://endnote.com/downloads/styles
Windows users will store these output/citation styles in the location: C:\Program Files\EndNote X9\Styles.
Macintosh users will store these output/citation styles in the location: Applications | EndNote X9 | Styles.
What are Microsoft Word manuscript templates?
For the convenience of its users, EndNote includes built-in Microsoft Word templates (for the Windows platform only) used to format manuscripts (e.g., journal articles) for given journals or in a particular style.
The complete set of available templates is available for download from:
. Please note that you can sort the available templates by style name, discipline or date OR you can filter these templates on the basis of discipline. http://endnote.com/downloads/templates
Windows users will store these manuscript templates in the location: C:\Program Files\EndNote X9\Templates.
Manuscript templates are not supported on the Macintosh platform.