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Sage journals have an option to export citations into Endnote Web. It does not work. Use these instructions instead.

Exporting the citations from SAGE publications journals

  1. When examining an article, look in the column to the left of the abstract for the section Services  and click on the link Download to Citation Manager
  2. In the next screen choose the option that says EndnoteDo Not use the Endnote Web option
  3. If you are asked to whether to save the file, save it to a directory where you can find it later:

Importing the Citations into EndnoteWeb

  1. Login to MyEndNoteWeb
  2. Click on the Collect tab
  3. Click on Import References
  4. Next to File, Click on the Browse button and find the endnote-citations.enw  file you downloaded (look in F:\My Documents\Downloads)
  5. Next to format, choose RefMan RIS
  6. Next to To: select the folder you want to put the files in. To create a new group, choose New Group.
  7. Click Import.
  8. If you chose a New Group, you'll be prompted to create the group name:

    Type in a name for the group and click OK.
  9. Endnote will report back "Number references were imported to "Group Name".


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