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EndNote @ Levy Library: Viewing Full Text

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EndNote saves all PDF files in the .Data file directory adjacent to the associated library .ENL file. To ensure that your library functions properly, these files must remain together in the same directory(place). These files are "married" and cannot function without each other!

Downloading PDFs

EndNote allows you to store, read, annotate, highlight, and share full-text PDFs!

Let EndNote do the work for you and download PDFs when available. Let EndNote know that you are part of the Mount Sinai community so that it knows to search Levy Library holdings. Once EndNote finds a PDF that you have access to, it will be automatically added to your reference as an attachment. 

In the Windows environment, choose Preferences under the Edit menu. On a Mac, select the EndNote tab, then Preferences.

Select Find Full Text and add the following url in the OpenURL Path box:

Then add the following url to the authentication box:

Begin importing PDFs by simply highlighting a reference or multiple references and clicking the Find Full Text icon, or use the menu option, References > Find Full Text.    

If a PDF is not available via Levy Library subscriptions, you may request the article via Interlibrary Loan. Once you've obtained the PDF you may attach it to your reference by highlighting the reference in your EndNote library, then selecting the paperclip icon: