You can edit a reference from the Summary > Edit pane (shown to the right of the central list of references when you double click on a reference).
You can organise references in your EndNote library by creating groups. You can create three different types of groups:
A custom group is a group that you can manually add references into. You can use custom groups to organise your references by key topics, methods, thesis chapters etc.
A smart group is a group that is populated with references automatically based on a search you specify when you create the smart group. You cannot manually add or remove references from a smart group, so you need to ensure your search terms are comprehensive but also specific
A group set allows you to organise your groups by creating sub-groups
You can attach files (e.g. PDFs, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, images etc.) to references in your EndNote library. You can attach more than one file to each individual reference.
To attach a file:
It is recommended that you regularly search for and delete duplicate references in your library. To search for duplicate references:
You can search your library for references in much the same way as you search for literature in the databases. You can perform either a Simple Search or Advanced Search.
You can choose which fields of information display in the central window;
The default font size in EndNote is quite small. You can increase/decrease the font size at any time:
EndNote automatically assigns a record number sequentially to each reference as it is added to a library.
To find out the record number for each reference you can:
Note: Record numbers are never reused or reassigned within a library. If you delete a reference, that number is never used again in that library.