If searching directly on the PubMed Database, it is easy to import selected references into EndNote. Here's how:
EndNote offers the option to find the full-text of the references imported to your EndNote library. Note: This feature uses an outdated browser and is therefore not recommended to be used with off-campus authentication.
You need to be identified as a University Libraries' user to find full-text. If you are off-campus, you must find databases or use SmartSearch from the library homepage at http://libraries.wichita.edu. Ask a librarian for help.
Before trying to find the full text it's best to set your preferences in EndNote.
Here’s what it looks like:
After you’ve done a search and downloaded some references in EndNote:
EndNote is pre-loaded with many import filters, which are used to import article information downloaded from an online database and saved as an RIS file into EndNote. That said, it is possible to have found articles through a database for which EndNote does not have a pre-loaded filter. When this happens, you will need to download an additional filter from the EndNote website that corresponds to the article database you searched -- this additional filter is then added to the already existing filters in your copy of EndNote. See instructions for downloading additional filters for details.