Last Updated: Mar 10, 2017 Views: 729

When you unzip the EndNote files which you download from the CQU website, there should be two files. One is the .exe file which you run to install the program, and the other is licence.dat.

The licence.dat file contains the licence information. You should save both of these files to a folder (you can create a temporary folder on your desktop if you like). Then run the .exe file from within this folder. It will read the licence.dat file automatically, and you shouldn't have the problem.

Please contact TaSAC if you have problems installing EndNote.

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