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EndNote 21 for Mac

Instructions for using EndNote for Mac

What's new in EndNote 21

Data Restoration

If you accidentally delete or damage your records, EndNote 21 has got your back. You can restore your EndNote library with a new data restoration function. Single reference restoration allows you to compare and restore previous versions of individual references ensuring your research is not lost.

Stay Organised with Tags

Add tags to references and customise the colour and name of the tags. Tags will be visible to anyone you share your library with.

Cite While You Write (CWYW) for Google Docs

CWYW is now available for Google Docs™ via Google Workspace Marketplace, making it easier to write your next paper and to collaborate on documents with colleagues.

A New EndNote Web Interface

Access your research anytime, anywhere from the cloud - sync seamlessly between your desktop, online, and the iPad app.

Conditions of Use

Before downloading EndNote, you must read the following Conditions of Use:

The EndNote software can only be used by current Macquarie University staff or students.

The software may be installed on University-owned computers and personally-owned computers, including home computers and laptops. The computer owner must be a current Macquarie University staff member or student. The use of the program must be for coursework, research or other work directly related to Macquarie University.

The software may only be used during the term of Macquarie University’s licence agreement.

If the University ceases the site license or if you leave Macquarie University, you must discontinue use of and uninstall all copies of the Software. No further product upgrades or technical support will be provided once the licence has ceased.

The software cannot be sold, lent, or transferred to anyone or electronic forum except eligible members of Macquarie University.

The software’s component parts may not be separated for use on more than one computer. The following is also prohibited: reverse engineering, de-compiling, translation, modification, distribution, broadcasting, dissemination, or creation of derivative works from the Software.