Solved: Thomson Reuters Endnote not recognizing Microsoft Word

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Hi, I am using windows 7 x64 bit.
I had a problem with endnote x6 and office 2010
After installing endnote, no relevant ribbon is added in word
And the insert citation button in endnote is greyed out.
The problem remainend the same on my system after uninstalling and reinstalling different older and newer versions of both applications.
Any suggestions?
 
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Found this info in an Endnote guide at this link: http://libguides.utoledo.edu/content.php?pid=221467&sid=1883830

To restore EndNote tools in Word 2010 and 2011:

  • Click on the File menu and select Options
  • Click on Add-ins
  • Change the Manage options to Disabled Items
  • Click Go
  • Highlight any EndNote item(s) and click Enable [Note: if no EndNote items are present, download the latest updates from the EndNote web site http://www.endnote.com/enword2k7.asp ]
  • Click OK
Seems to be quite a bit of information available from a Google search. Good Luck.
 

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Many thanks,
I've read this before after doing some Google search
I was accessing directly the disabled items and couln't find endnote in the list
All that i had to do was to click GO next to mangae COM Add-ins and add endnote by ticking the box.
Endnote was actually in the inactive application add-ins

Many thanks
 
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