Answered By: Sharon Lamb Last Updated: Jul 31, 2020 Views: 3726
EndNote X9.3 includes APA 7th as a default output style. If you have any other version of EndNote, you will need to download the APA 7th style from the EndNote Downloads site - follow the instructions available via the Installing Output Styles link below.
Known problems with the EndNote APA 7th style (as of March 2020):
- Multiple authors: EndNote cannot currently handle APA 7th's approach to 20+ authors. If you have more than 20 authors, you will need to edit your reference to replace the authors between the 19th and the last author with ellipses (...)
After you have finished using EndNote to create your references, we recommend using the library's APA 7th referencing guide, or the APA Publication Manual to correct any mistakes.
- I've downloaded an imported the new style to Endnote (as per your instruction #2), and am having problems with some of my reference types. Eg: any references that are the type Government Document, Manuscript, Generic now appear as "[Record #XX is using a reference type undefined in this output style]" in my Reference list. Can you advise how to resolve this?