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EndNote Online: Full-Text Links and Attached Files

Sometimes called Endnote Online, EndNote Web, or EndNote Basic - all of them are different names for the same thing which is a free citation manager and is similar and compatible with Endnote desktop. This page offers information that will help you creat

Getting to Full-Text articles

Q:  How can I get to full-text of articles when in EndNote Online?

A:  The EndNote Basic associated with UCSD's subscription to the Web of Science database automatically has the UC-eLinks button so you have easy access to anything we have in our online journals.

Q:  Do I need to attach a PDF for every article?

A:  No.  The EndNote Basic associated with UCSD's subscription to the Web of Science database automatically has the UC-eLinks button so you have easy access to anything we have in our online journals.

Q:  So, when would I need to attach a PDF?

A:  The only time you will need to attach a PDF to your EndNote Basic library is when you want EndNote to help you manage your PDFs and have received an article via interlibrary loan .  If you want to be able to read that PDF whenever you want, it will need to be attached to a record in your EndNote Online Library.

Q:  How much space do I have for attached files?

A:  You have 2 GB of space.

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