Output styles determine how the citations and reference list in your document will look. If you are using EndNote outside a University cluster you will need to download the appropriate EndNote output style and save it to your computer.
The process for saving and editing these styles is different depending on the permissions you have.
The LeedsUni styles
At the University of Leeds, most students are expected to use one of two styles: Leeds Harvard or Leeds Numeric. We have made EndNote output style files available for these, as well as a Leeds version of the MHRA style.
Download these styles below:
Saving output styles on your own laptop or computer
If you are using EndNote on your own laptop or computer then you will need to download the appropriate style and save it to the folder that contains all of EndNote's other output styles.
This is likely to be on your C drive. Look under "Program Files", open the "EndNote X7" folder and choose to save in the "Styles" folder. If you have an Apple device, look under “Applications” instead of “Program files” for the EndNote and then the Styles folder.
Once downloaded and saved, the style should be an option when you reformat your bibliography.
Saving output styles on your University desktop
If you are using EndNote off-campus using Desktop Anywhere, or a University computer to which you don’t have administrator rights, then you should:
- Create a new folder on your computer where you do have permissions to save. Call the new folder "Styles"
- Download and save the style to the folder
- Open EndNote and choose "Edit", then "Preferences" on the menu bar
- In the new window, click on "Folder locations"
- A box called "Style folder" will appear
- Choose "Select folder". Navigate to and select the "Styles" folder you created earlier. Click OK.
- The style should now appear as an option when you ask EndNote to format the bibliography in your Word document.
Editing output styles
If none of EndNote's styles exactly match the one you want to use, there are instructions for editing an output style in the “Bibliographic Styles” chapter of the EndNote manual (PDF) (this is a large file and may take some time to download).