The Library provides some modified and additional Filters, Connection, and Styles files.
Note that any zipped files need to be 'unzipped' i.e. right-click and choose the extract command. Copy these files to your EndNote file folder location.
If you just need the APA 7th style, note that this is not 'zipped'. Just save it into your styles folder.
C:/Progam Files (x86)/EndNote X9/Styles
“Output style” is the term EndNote uses to refer to the template file used to format the citations and bibliography correctly for your citation or referencing style. The output style controls what is in capitals, what is in bold or italics and determines the many other ways that references for journal articles, book chapters or books are laid out
Each subject or discipline has its particular citation styles, and individual journals also have specific instructions to authors on how they want articles referenced
There are over 3,000 output styles available in EndNote. Included in the options is a Select All style that will print everything in each EndNote reference
Explanations of styles used at the University of Canterbury are available at Citations and Referencing
To select the style you want in EndNote
Click the column headings to sort by Name or Category, or click the Find-by button to see lists of styles by discipline area
You can also select other styles by going through the Style Manager which can be found at Edit > Output Styles > Open Style Manager...
Output styles in Word
Each Word document has its own output style. Changing the output style in EndNote does not automatically change the style in Word – this is intentional, as writers often write for various journals with differing referencing styles
Instructions on changing the output style in Word are given in Formating your bibliography in Word