Thomson Reuters End Note libraries can be accessed on a network – including networks with Macintosh and Windows workstations.
Multiple users on a network can access an End Note library simultaneously in read-only mode.
With manual links, Word updates the links only when you decide to update them. The simplest is to position the cursor somewhere in the linked object and then press F9.
The other is to choose Linked Worksheet Object - Links...
may be quicker, however, if you have several links in your document because this method enables you to see a list of all links.
On the other hand, you can also press Ctrl+A to select everything in your document and then press F9.
We are aware of an issue with Word 2016 version 15.22 that is preventing End Note X7 for Mac and CWYW from working properly.
Currently, it is causing the following error message to show: While we work with Microsoft to understand and come to a solution, we recommend the following: El Capitain users should stay on or roll back to Word version 15.21.1 Yosemite users, please continue to use Word version 15.20 Instructions on how to roll back to a prior version of Word from both El Capitan as well as Yosemite are here: Please watch this thread, which will be updated as we learn more.
Automatic update of the embedded and linked objects is extremely powerful feature of Microsoft Word, but it could be boring for a large document.
Locking a link prevents the object from being updated by the original application file, such as an Excel spreadsheet file.
Installation and deployment On Windows networks, End Note can be deployed with MSI installer technology using scripting or via Group Policy. Your key is the 25-character code located either in your email confirmation (if you purchased the download) or in the inside-left panel of the CD case (if you had the product shipped).