The Cite While You Write (CWYW) function in EndNote also works with figures. You can insert diagrams, photographs, maps, graphs or charts, cartoons or other images into your document from their EndNote records.
NOTE: Updating your citations and bibliography in Word doesn’t update the captions of your figures, so you need to make sure you’ve got the captions you want before you insert your figures.
How to insert a figure
Figures and their captions can be repositioned, e.g. centered, after they have been inserted. Figures can also be resized.
The referencing style you have chosen may be set up to create a List of Figures at the end of your document, as in the example below. If you want your figures to appear in text, but your figure is not appearing at the point in the text where you tried to insert it, you will need to edit the style. See Edit the style to display images in the body of your document on the Edit EndNote output styles page.
A printable copy of these instructions: Using EndNote to insert figures into your document (PDF)