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I have EndNote and Word for Mac 2016 and I don't have an EndNote toolbar... What gives?

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Thanks Anindita!

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Patrick, 1 year ago

Thanks Anindita!

I think your link has expired - this one should work!

http://endnote.com/kb/138936

I think EndNote has updated this recently so let's cross our fingers and hope this page contains the solution to the latest problem!

Patrick

A fine question Dave, the

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D Litting, 1 year ago

A fine question Dave, the good news is that it should be possible to get one.

First thing to do is to go to EndNote and select the EndNote tab. Then select 'customizer'

Let the customizer run... it should install the toolbar for you. (You will have to quit Word for it to work)

 

Any problems, contact david.litting@uts.edu.au

A slight addendum to the

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D Litting, 1 year ago

A slight addendum to the above: as of early May 2016 there is a very new version of Word for Mac that is not yet compatible with Endnote x7.5 - hopefully this situation will be remedied soon from EndNote's end - as far as I can see there is no internet literature covering how to remedy this problem but as soon as one appears I'll add the relevant information to this page.

Hi All,

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D Litting, 1 year ago

Hi All,

 

It looks like a new and improved plugin for Word is out now that should resolve the -600 and COM exception errors experienced by folks with newer versions of Word. Try it out and see how you go...

David

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