EndNote works with over 6000 referencing styles. However, the Typical EndNote software installation provides a subset of only the most frequently used styles. If a style you need is not included, you can search for and install it from Endnote Output Styles. The EndNote 20 basics tutorial includes an introduction to selecting and using referencing styles.
The accompanying tabs include links to some amended styles used at Monash University, and notes about particular styles.
To install add a style file to your EndNote:
The latest version is APA 7th. It is included in the Typical installation of EndNote.
The APA 6th style may require customisation to cater for electronic journals that do not have a DOI. The instructions on how to do this can be found below.
Instructions for using abbreviated corporate author names in citations can also be found below.
This referencing style is based on the Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 4th ed. 2018. An AGLC4 style is now available courtesy of UTS. To use this style, you will need to download and save two small files. See Endnote for Law AGLC4 (UTS) style - Instructions below for more information.
This referencing style is based on the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (PDF 3.7MB), 3rd ed. 2010.
The style includes reference types for journal articles, books, etc, as well as legal reference types such as cases, statutes, treaties and loose-leaf services.
To use this style you must download the RefType Table file and import it into your EndNote Preferences. Click the file name below to display the page. Use the browser's 'Save As' function to save the page to your computer. You must save it as an .xml file. In EndNote, click Edit, then Preferences, then Reference Types in the left pane. Then click the Import button in the right pane, locate the .xml file on your computer and click the Open button.
See EndNote X8 for Law - Instructions below for more explanation
Contact the Law Library team for more information.
The Vancouver referencing style requires the use of abbreviated journal titles. You can set these term lists in either an empty library or in an existing library. If setting term lists in an existing library that already contains references, it is important to delete the existing journal terms data prior to importing the journal terms that include abbreviated titles. Instructions can be found in the Clarivate support page Generate full or abbreviated journal names, and step-by-step instructions are also provided in the pdf document below.
Monash does not recommend that the Harvard style provided with the Endnote software be used.
This version has been modified at Monash to work on more reference types and include DOI where available. Further modification may be required and you are welcome to contact your Subject Librarian for more advice.