Mac Users: When working with EndNote on a Mac, you must use Mozilla Firefox as your browser to enable Direct Export (automatic downloads) of references from electronic databases (PubMed, Web of Science, etc.) to your EndNote library.
5.The Send to EndNote dialog box will appear.
6.Select the record content that you wish to send to your EndNote library.
7. Click Send. Your citations will automatically be exported to, and appear in, your EndNote library. If you do not already have EndNote open, your computer will open your EndNote library.
Note: You cannot download multiple citations at one time in Google Scholar. If you anticipate downloading a large number of citations, try using the library's databases first.
4. Click Save. You will not need to perform this step on subsequent visits to Google Scholar.
5. Conduct a search in Google Scholar. Click Import into EndNote link under the citation you wish to import to your EndNote library.
6. A dialog box will appear prompting you to either "Open" or "Save" the file that you are creating.
7. Choose the Open with radio button and select EndNote X7 from the drop-down menu. If you do not see EndNote X7 on the drop down shortlist, select Other and choose EndNote X7 from the options provided. Then, click OK.