An output style is a referencing style. EndNote output style files have rules and templates that set out how the in-text citations and bibliography will appear in your document.
There are a number of styles available with the installation of EndNote. The name of the style refers to the journal or publisher that has defined the bibliographic format.
Output styles can be modified and new styles can be created using EndNote's style editor.
CQUniversity's approved referencing styles are:
Free copies of the referencing styles are on the CQUniversity referencing guides page.
APA 6th style is available from the dropdown styles menu within your EndNote library.
For help working with this style in EndNote, use the Using APA style with EndNote guide. Reference types are listed A-Z. Some minor editing may still be required after removing field codes in the final document.
The University of Queensland (UQ) has developed a style and support material for AGLC3.
Go to the University of Queensland's Australian Guide to Legal Citation and EndNote page.
Harvard style at CQUniversity is closely based on the Harvard style on the CQUniversity Referencing Webpage.
Save a copy of the style into your EndNote library:
Set this style as the output style for your EndNote library: See Setting the referencing style in your EndNote library and Word under the Finding and selecting output styles tab
For help working with this style in EndNote, use the Using the harvard-cqu style with EndNote guide. Reference types are listed A-Z. Some minor editing may still be required after removing field codes in the final document.
Turabian 8th Footnote style is available from within your EndNote library by using the "Select Another Style" in the dropdown style menu.