Select your citation style from the Output Style box.
There is more information about citation styles (referencing styles) in the Referencing guide. Familiarise yourself with the different elements of the citation style you are using so that you recognise when errors occur in EndNote.
If the citation style you require is not there it can be added.
You can choose more than one Reference Styles that populate the drop down Output Style box.
EndNote offers more than 6,000 bibliographic styles. Below are some links to commonly used styles that are not already available in the EndNote program.
AGPS (Australian) Harvard style (from the University of Queensland)
AGLC (Australian Guide to Legal Citation) style (from the University of Queensland)
Q: I can't find my required style, what can I do?
1. Clink on Get More on the Web button in the Style Manager box from within EndNote or visit EndNote Output styles
2. Select or search for the required style.
3. Select Download.
4. EndNote will open and then use File > Save As to save the file (remove the word "copy" from the end of the name).
5. You can then close the Style window after saving (the grey x in the top right corner).
6. The style will now be in the appropriate folder on your computer (usually in Documents > Endnote > Styles)
7. When you want to use the style, go to your library, in the style box click on Select another Style..., select the style and click Choose.