To attach more than one PDF, simply repeat either method of attaching files as many times as needed: Unlike Reference Manager, the Reference ID numbers in End Note are not meant to be editable.When you convert your Reference Manager database to End Note, by default the Reference ID numbers in the Reference Manager database will be copied to the Label field in End Note, in case you need to refer to these numbers.Here you can click on New Term to add a term to the appropriate list.There are a few different ways to copy references between End Note libraries.
After installing End Note, go to the End Note homepage select Updates from the Downloads for the latest update for your version of End Note (e.g., End Note X7.4). If you do not have a copy of End Note, a full-fledged version of End Note can be downloaded for a free 30-day trial from End Note.However, if you turned off “relative” linking, the PDFs will make an “absolute” link to the original file itself.For that reason, the PDFs may be anywhere on your system or network, depending on the original file’s location.If you wish to search more than one library, you will need to search them one at a time.By default, End Note will store a copy of any attached PDFs within the library’s . Look for this folder in the location where your library files are saved. Relative linking example: If you link a PDF file from your desktop to a record, End Note will create a copy of that file and store it within the library’s . If you remove or rename the original file, the PDF link in End Note will not be affected.
Absolute linking example: After changing the default setting in your preferences, if you attach a file that was on your desktop to a record, the link will point to the original file.