Use the EndNote Cite While You Write (CWYW) Plug-in to insert references, and format citations and bibliographies automatically while you write your papers in Word.
The EndNote plug-in should be added when you install EndNote on your computer.
Note: If after installation, you do not see an EndNote Tab in Microsoft Word Ribbon or Tools Menu, Check Word Options Tab in Windows or Chooser in the Mac. For further instructions and details see the first answer in the CWYW FAQ
For information on Writing Collaboratively with EndNote see Collaborative Writing Projects
Inserting References in your MS Word document
Alternate Methods for Inserting References
Create Subheadings for your bibliography:
This can be done by choosing certain styles that will organize references by reference type.
Alernatively you can create your own categories for your references in the bibliography by choosing the "Categorize References" pull down that allows you to customize your groupings by various attributes.
To change your reference style:
Go to Style: then choose the desired style from the drop down menu. If your journal style does not appear, select “Select another style…” from the dropdown, and select your style from that list. If your style isn’t in that list, see below.
The default EndNote installation includes only the 493 most popular output styles. However, there are over thousands of different styles available. Journal styles are organized by discipline. You may download individual styles from the EndNote website or you may install sets of styles by discipline.
For each set of styles you would like to install, click the dropdown arrow and select either “Will be installed on local hard drive” or “Entire feature will be installed on local hard drive”.
Click Next to continue with installation.
The styles will be copied to the EndNote styles folder and will be available for use the next time you start EndNote.
Similar to Word you will find a toolbar installed for PowerPoint (but only for Windows -- sorry Mac users).
Works basically the same as in Word except that it does not create bibliography at the end of your presentation.