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PAH Library and Knowledge Centre: Endnote

Endnote Basics


Endnote X9.2 to X9.3 Upgrade

Between the 13th January to the 27th 2021 January eHealth will be rolling-out a QLD wide upgrade for Endnote software, from version X9.2 to X9.3. What does this mean for you?

  1. Create and keep back-up copies of all your current Endnote Libraries on a USB or PC, in case you need to access these versions.
  2. Install the new X9.3 version of Endnote software on your work PC first and then your home PC. 
  3. You can then open/convert, and save your existing libraries with the updated Endnote X9.3 software.

More information here: ‘EndNote X9.3 and EndNote 20: Library Conversion and Backward Compatibility’.

What is Endnote?

Endnote is an easy program you can use to gather, organize and format bibliographic information. You can automatically create bibliographies in your document in many different bibliographic styles (e.g. Harvard, APA, numbered) without needing to rewrite your bibliography. See the Training Page for more Endnote training.


How can I get Endnote at Work?

Putting Endnote on your QH PC is easy! Click on the window icon at bottom left of your desktop. Open the "Software Center", then search for "Endnote".  Click on the Endnote icon and select "Install".

How can I get Endnote at Home?

You can Download Endnote X9 from You'll need to contact the PAH Library for further secure instillation instructions for your PC.

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