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Importing SciFinder Scholar references into EndNote

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one aspect that this life under scholar how-to guides to not fully addresses
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exporting your results in dando
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fortunately this is relatively easy to do
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after running your search inside finder you can use to check boxes provided to
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marc records that are of interest
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once finished
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you can then click
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on the export option along the top
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keep your file of suitable name
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and then
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changed the file type tagged format
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before clicking export to proceed
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i recommend saving your file to the desktop
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let's take a look at the resulting file
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the record is broken up into multiple field trips bag so to start all offered
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journal
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that's ever
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this approach is not especially user-friendly for people to read but it
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makes it very easy for and that to interpret the information correctly
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if you can start up endnote
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you'll first need to look under file and then import
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and then choose the file that we have just saved
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the next step is to choose to correct the import filter
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and there's one forsyth under c_i_s_
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you'll notice that also has a comment
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giving instructions on the format to save your references
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to use
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and then we can import those references into our endnote library

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