While Google Scholar is a very popular and often useful way to research, it does not cleanly transfer elements such as author names, abstracts, and other citation components into EndNote. Use with caution!
Go to the Google Scholar preferences page. At the bottom of the page, you will find a section for "Bibliographic Manager."
If there are databases you wish to use that are not listed on this page, consult the Help menu within EndNote for information on exporting data into EndNote.
EndNote will create two files with the file extensions .data and .enl: it is important to keep these together.