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September 02, 2008

Temporarily disabling Zotero

If you have both EndNote Web and Zotero (a free, web-based reference management programme) running on your computer, you might sometimes find that when you try and download a file for EndNote Web, Zotero intercepts it instead. If this happens, you may need to temporarily disable the Zotero plug in. Follow these instructions to do this:

Firefox Users

  1. Click on the Tools menu.
  2. Select Add-ons.
  3. Find the entry for Zotero and click the Disable button.
  4. Close down the Add-ons window.

Note: you may need to restart your browser before these changes take effect.


May 29, 2008

Zotero and EndNote Web

If you use the Zotero plug-in for Firefox, you can still import the files into your EndNote Web account.

Saving your references in Zotero

  1. Click on the Actions icon in Zotero.
  2. Select Export Library.
  3. From the Format drop-down menu, select RIS.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Save the file as normal.

Importing your references into EndNote Web

  1. Click on the Collect tab.
  2. Click on Import References.
  3. Click on the Browse button and find the file you saved in Zotero.
  4. From the Filter drop down menu, select RefMan RIS.
  5. Click the Import button.

Thanks to Sophie Gamwell for this useful tip.


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