I am having problems importing from PubMed - none of the reference details are being imported.

Last Modified: 3rd Jan 2013
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EndNote 1135E How to download references from PubMed's (MEDLINE) web site using a Reference Manager capture filter (this can be used as a workaround if the connection file is not working.) Information can be imported from PubMed into Reference Manager and EndNote as follows: EndNote A. Launch your web browser and navigate to http://www.pubmed.gov B. Perform a search of PubMed using the various options available C. Tick the references you wish to import Tip: You can send references to the clipboard using the 'Send to' menu so that you can import references from many searches D. Click on the 'Display' drop down menu and select Medline E. Click on the 'Send to' drop down menu and select File F. Save the file to your desktop or another known location G. Launch EndNote and open your library H. Click on File, Import and specify the text file you saved from PubMed I. Select the "PubMed (NLM)" import filter and click on Import The references from PubMed will now appear in your EndNote library. Reference Manager A. Launch your web browser and navigate to http://www.pubmed.gov B. Perform a search of PubMed using the various options available C. Tick the references you wish to import Tip: You can send references to the clipboard using the 'Send to' menu so that you can import references from many searches D. Click on the 'Display' drop down menu and select Medline E. Click on the 'Send to' drop down menu and select File F. Save the file to your desktop or another known location G. Launch Reference Manager and open your database H. Click on File, Import Text File I. Specify the text file you saved from PubMed J. Select the "PubMed" import filter K. Click on Import The references from PubMed will now appear in your Reference Manager database. Note: There are slight variations in the exact menu commands between different versions of EndNote and Reference Manager, however the process is very similar regardless of the version you are using. The most important step is to save the references from PubMed in the Medline format. Importing Data into EN ReferenceManager All All en Y Filter

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