Abbreviated journal titles in Endnote

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Abbreviated journal
titles in Endnote
UoS Libraries
2011
Using abbreviated journal titles
 The ACS no title style uses abbreviated
journal titles but Endnote doesn’t know
what these are.
 You need to import a journal titles list
which includes all the ACS standard
abbreviations in order for your
references to display properly.
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Go to 'Tools 
Open Term Lists 
Journals Term List'
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Go to the 'Terms' tab: titles of
journals currently listed in the
EndNote Library are displayed 4
these must be deleted
Select a single title,
right-click and
choose 'Select All'
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Click 'Delete Term'
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Now go to the 'Lists'
tab: click 'Import List'
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Term lists are located within the EndNote
program:
On a personal computer, look for the
Terms Lists folder within the program
software
On a public workstation, this can be found
at:
My Computer  OS disk (C:)  Program
Files (x86)  EndNote X5  Terms Lists
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Select the Terms List,
Chemical.txt, and click
'Open'
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A new 'Journals'
term list is created
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The Journals Term
List now includes
abbreviations as
well as full titles 11
Journal titles will show in the Preview
pane in abbreviated form
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The journal title will
appear in full in the
EndNote Library record
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Using abbreviated journal titles
 The ACS and ACS – no title styles will
automatically use the abbreviated
journal title if it is available.
 If you already have references in Word
documents using ACS or ACS-no title, you
will need to use the ‘update citations and
bibliography’ function from within Word
for the abbreviated titles to appear.
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Get more help
 Find library guides at
www.soton.ac.uk/library/infoskills/
bibliographic/endnote/endnotetraining.html
EndNote YouTube Channel
www.youtube.com/endnotetraining
 Contact [email protected]
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