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    Endnote Filters?

    Dear friends,

    gosh, I firstly just have to say how much I love Trove!

    I am wondering if anyone here knows if Trove or the NLA has an Endnote filter?

    I am currently doing a lot of online newspaper work, and saving references is taking me a lot of time, as, when I press the 'cite' button and when I am in the 'Download' option in the pop-up window and select the 'EndNote XML' button, all I get, for example, is this (even if my copy of Endnote is open):

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <xml>
    <records>
    <record>
    <ref-type>23</ref-type>
    <titles>
    <title>THE LIBRARY TABLE.</title>
    <secondary-title>The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929)</secondary-title>
    </titles>
    <number>4</number>
    <dates>
    <year>1924</year>
    <pub-dates>
    <date>
    22 March 1924</date>
    </pub-dates>
    </dates>
    <pub-location>Adelaide, SA</pub-location>
    <urls>
    <related-urls>
    <url>
    http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article64202740</url>
    </related-urls>
    </urls>
    <access-date>29 March 2012</access-date>
    </record>
    </records>
    </xml>

    Of course, I can put it all in manually (and I am!), but if anyone can put me in the direction of a downloadable NLA/Trove filter, I think I'd do cartwheels.

    Thanks,

    Clay

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    Staff Moderator mraadgev [NLA]'s Avatar
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    Hi Clay,

    After opening the endnote XML file, you should be able to save it to your computer, then import it in to endnote using the EndNote import functions.

    Mark
    Mark
    Trove Support
    National Library of Australia

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