The EndNote 'Find Full Text' feature will try to locate full-text articles (PDF files) from various sources and attach them to references.
EndNote can carry out up to 1000 full text searches at a time, however the authentication system is limited to allow 50 requests per authenticated user in any 30 minute period. Systematic or excessive downloading is not permitted
Using the University of Melbourne authentication system can increase the number of PDF files EndNote finds.
Before using the 'Find Full Text' feature, make sure you have the following preferences:
To use the Find Full Text feature:
If EndNote does not find the full text you can try the following:
EndNote for Mac needs to be customised in order to access:
Source it @ Melbourne, URL links in references, and "Go to ISI"
See above image in "Find Full Text" for customisation information.
Source It @ Melbourne provides information about availability of your references through links to e-journals, e-books, the library and Bonus catalogues and Google Scholar. It also provides an interlibrary loan request form link for items not locatable elsewhere.
If an Online Source produces an error message or does not locate the appropriate item, remove the information in the Year, Volume, Issue and Pages boxes and click GO. This will link to the contents page for the Online Source where you may search or browse for the item required.
EndNote can also access links in references. Either click on the link from within the Reference Window or click on the Open Link toolbar icon to open a browser window and go to the link.
References received from ISI Web of Knowledge databases have 'Go to ISI' links. Click these to return to the record in ISI Web of Knowledge. This can be used to locate cited references, citing references and related articles.