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Selecting a reference style

A reference style is a specific format for presenting your in-text citations and bibliography. Your Faculty or School may require that you use a particular referencing style - ask your lecturer if you are unsure.

EndNote X6 comes pre-loaded with most of the popular styles for you to choose from (EndNote calls these ‘output styles’). If the style you need is not included, you can download additional styles.

You can select a specific style (for example, APA 6th, MLA and Vancouver):


You can preview how your references will be formatted whilst you are in EndNote. It is also possible to modify a reference style - please contact your Faculty Librarian for more details.

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