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JabRef can export databases to EndNote-readable files. To use this feature, choose File -> Export, choose the file type Endnote (txt) and then specify the name of the export file.
The default EndNote Import filter does not handle multiple authors or editors properly. There are two options to work around this:
The EndNote Export filter maps BibTeX entrytypes to EndNote reference types as follows:
BibTeX entrytype -> EndNote Reference Type ------------------------------------------ misc, other -> Generic unpublished -> Manuscript manual -> Computer Program article -> Journal Article book -> Book booklet -> Personal Communication inbook,incollection -> Book Section inproceedings -> Conference Proceedings techreport -> Report mastersthesis, phdthesis -> Thesis
By default, the export filter assumes that entries in the author or editor fields in brackets are corporate authors and replaces the brackets with a trailing comma. However, this means that entries that include LaTeX code in brackets will be assumed to be corporate authors and therefore will be improperly formatted.
For better interoperability between EndNote and JabRef, download the EndNote filter set from the Resources page of JabRef’s web page.