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Import process

  1. Run search (may need to use the View link to see results)
  2. Mark results
  3. Use the View Marked List or Marked List link (location varies among the databases)
  4. If available, use the Citation Tools link, the the EndNote option under Export to third party software
  5. Otherwise use the Email option, save your received email as a text file, then import with the Gale filter

Notes

Gale connection files and import filters work very imperfectly, so you may need to edit or perform a lot of manual parsing or even copy and paste elements from an email.

For connection files, use this User ID: viva_vpi


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