If you do not see the referencing style you require in the default EndNote output style list, you may find and download an individual style from sources such as the EndNote Style Finder. This page also contains instructions on how to download to your EndNote Library.
APA 7th edition
The new 7th edition of APA (updated in November 2019) is available in EndNote as from the X9.3.3 update. If you have a previous version of Endnote, you may access a download file from the EndNote Style Finder linked above, or please see this page for download details: https://www.endnote.com/style_download/apa-7th-american-psychological-association-7th-edition/.
AMA 11th edition
The new 11th edition of the American Medical Association (AMA) "Vancouver" style (updated in February 2020) is not currently available as a default style in EndNote. You may access a download file from the EndNote Style Finder linked above, or please see this page for download details: https://www.endnote.com/style_download/ama-11th-american-medical-association-11th-edition/.
AGLC 4th edition
AGLC is a legal citation style specific to Australia. AGLC4 (updated in November 2018) is not available in the default list of output styles within EndNote, but it is available to be downloaded and installed manually. Several universities in Australia created the style for EndNote "in-house"; the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has an AGLC4 file and an installation guide available.
To download an output style found in the EndNote Style Finder: