Once you have found enough articles, save them into your folder:
Go to the folder when done with research, Click Export, On the next screen at Click SAVE
The records saved would be downloaded, and a popup comes up for EndNote Login.
Once login is done correctly, your new citations will be in your Unfiled folder.
From the list of your Google Scholar search, Click on the icon for a citation under the record:
Select RefMan (not EndNote)
A popup window will come up, asking for your EndNote Login. Once you fill out the information, the record will be exported to your EndNote Unfiled Folder.
Once you have PubMed copied to your Favorites, it will show there so you don't need to repeat this step the next time you search PubMed.
Databases like ScienceDirect, JSTOR, and most Proquest databases are a little more complicated. You need to have the Internet Explorer or Firefox web browser tool bars installed for easy export.
Once you have the toolbars installed, and have restarted your browser, go into the database. We'll use ScienceDirect as the first example.
The steps are the same for JSTOR, using their "Export Citation" links.
In the Proquest databases, like ABI/Inform, Digital Dissertations, and the Newspapers:
Go to your Marked records, and choose Export citations to Endnote, Procite, RefWorks, or Reference Manager.
Most databases with an Export to EndNote option will work in a similar fashion.
You can import citations for books from within EndNote Web. Click the Collect Tab and go to Online Search. Choose the Library Catalog (SCSU, Yale, or the Library of Congress) you wish to import from. Do a search, then select the records you wish to import from the results list. Importing will add the entries to your EndNote Web collection.
It is possible to import a 'tab deliminated' file, which can be created from a spreadsheet or word processing file. Please see the Help File for more information.
It is not, unfortunately, possible to import references from a formatted reference list (for instance, an APA list as a Word document).