There are compatibility issues with Office 2016 and EndNote's "cite while you write" feature.
EndNote basic, also known as EndNote online, provides web-based access to references which can be collected, organized, and used to cite, create a bibliography, and instantly format in a style when writing a paper.
University of Arizona affiliates have free access to a limited version of EndNote basic through the University's Web of Science subscription. Access this version by following the steps below.
For a comparison of the limited vs. full version of Endnote basic, please see the desktop vs. online comparison chart.
EndNote is also available via a web-based version in a more full functioning version for users who purchase the desktop version of EndNote.
Once you install the desktop version of EndNote, you can use the full version of EndNote basic for up to two years.
Users of EndNote Desktop can synchronize citations between their desktop and online collections.