Open your EndNote library. Position the cursor at the location where you would like the citation. Select Insert Citation in the EndNote toolbar in Word and search for and select the reference(s) you wish to cite. Select Insert.
If you wish to edit a citation, click on it and select Edit & Manage Citation(s) in the EndNote toolbar in Word. Now you can choose to omit the author name from the citation, add cited pages, or insert text before (prefix) or after (suffix) the citation.
First, create a footnote in Word and position the cursor in the footnote. Select Insert Citation in the EndNote toolbar in Word and search for and select the reference(s) you wish to cite. Select Insert.
If instant formatting is enabled in Word (Instant Formatting is On), references will automatically be added to a bibliography in the end of the document. If Instant formatting is Off, click on Update Citations and Bibliography to add the bibliography in the document.
Select the style you wish to use in the EndNote toolbar. Choose among ca 500 styles that come with the installation of the programme: Select Another Style... or install more styles at https://endnote.com/downloads/styles/.
In some occasions, you may need to remove Cite While You Write field codes before you share your document with a publisher or colleague. If you want to make manual changes to your bibliography, you also need to remove the EndNote connection. Select Convert Citations and Bibliography → Convert to Plain Text.
Once the field codes are removed, you cannot reformat or unformat your paper. Always make sure that you keep a copy with the field codes intact.