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EndNote: Problems & Fixes
This guide describes UT resources available on the citation management software, EndNote.
To find the Sources.xml file on a Mac (which contains the citations created using Wiord's citations and bibliography feature) go to Users/Library/ApplicationSupport/Microsoft/Office. Then copy Sources.xml onto a Windows machine, browse for it, and follow the instructions about exporting to Endnote above.
Ref2ris converts bibliographies in various kinds of documents to .ris files that can be imported into Endnote. It works best with APA, but you can also use the Generic style for other kinds of styles. Some editing will be required. Only works on Mac computers.
Change Google Scholar settings to select Endnote as the Bibliography Manager. You will then see an "import into Endnote" choice after items you find in Google Scholar. You can get a list of references into Endnote fairly quickly by copying and pasting each reference into Google Scholar and then importing each one into Endnote. Some editing may be required.