CWYW-Mac: Find Citation

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Cite While You Write Find Citation
You can search your EndNote library for records from Word using the Find Citation command.
Place your cursor where you want to add a citation.
Select the Find Citation command.
The button for this command shows a magnifying glass, and it is a search command.
For this example I will search for all records containing "extinct."
Note that it will find all records containing "extinct" within longer words such as "extinction"
as well as the word "extinct" itself.
Enter the search term, then press the Enter key on your keyboard.
EndNote searches all open libraries and brings up a list of records that contain the search terms.
A library must be open in EndNote to use it with Cite While You Write.
At the bottom right of the window you see the number of records found.
If you wish to refine your search, add another word or set of words that are also within the record you wish to find,
then press the Enter key.
Once again you are presented with a list of references that match your search criteria.
When you select a record in the list you will see the details on that reference in the lower part of the window.
At the bottom left of the window you will see which EndNote library the record was found in.
To insert a reference in your paper, select the reference,
then select the Insert button.
The reference will be inserted in your paper and the citation and bibliography will be instantly formatted.