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Electronic resources are accessible on-campus. UNC Hospitals Access: Always use links from Library websites. Onyen log-in is required when you select the first resource. Off Campus Access: Most electronic resources are accessible off-campus to students, faculty, and staff, including UNC Hospitals' staff. Report an off-campus access or hospital access problem. Exporting References from PubMed: The Fast and Easy Method Note: If your citations do not export properly into your EndNote library using this Fast and Easy method, please refer to the instructions below for the Tried-and-True method.
Mac Users: Conduct a search in PubMed. Check the boxes next to articles for the citations you wish to download. If you're conducting multiple searches, save items to your Clipboard, a temporary storage space in PubMed. You can do this by selecting Clipboard from the Send to menu. If you do this, a Clipboard icon and the number of items on the Clipboard will be displayed at the upper right of the page. To view the items on your Clipboard, click on the items link next to the Clipboard icon. Once you are ready to export your results, click the Send to menu at the upper right corner of your results or Clipboard.
Select Citation manager. Then, click the Create File button. A dialog box will appear prompting you to either "Open" or "Save" the text file that you are creating. Choose the Open with radio button and select EndNote from the drop-down menu. If you do not see EndNote on the dropdown shortlist, select Other and choose EndNote from the options provided.
Then, click OK. Your citations will automatically appear in your EndNote library. If you do not already have EndNote open, your computer will open your EndNote library. Check all citations for accuracy prior to sorting into groups.
The Tried-and-True Method Note: Some computers have trouble automatically exporting citations from PubMed into EndNote. If the Fast and Easy method does not work, then use this Tried-and-True method.
Part 1: Choose the Save File button. Then click OK. The file will be saved to your computer; note where the file is saved so you will be able to find it in the next step. You have successfully exported your citations out of PubMed and are ready to import them into EndNote. Part 2: The Import File dialog box will appear.
Click on Choose and select the file you just saved from PubMed. Under Import Option, click Other Filters. This will take you to the Choose an Import Filter dialog box. Click Choose. This will take you back to the Import File dialog box. Under Duplicates, it is recommended that you select Discard Duplicates from the drop-down menu. This will import all references except duplicates. Click on Import when you have finished. Your references from PubMed should now be in your Endnote library.
Once you have gone through these steps one time, PubMed NLM will appear in the Import Option drop-down menu the next time you import a file.