> Could you let us know where the Papyrus software is available from ...
There was a link in the readme file, but here it is again.
Dave Goldman (dave at rsd.com) Research Software Design
503/796-1368, fax 503-241-4260 2718 SW Kelly Street, Suite 181
The PAPYRUS Bibliography System Portland OR 97201 (U.S.A.)
Technical Support: support at rsd.com Other Questions: info at rsd.com
WWW Site: http://www.rsd.com/~rsd/
Potential Papyrus users please be aware that the Papyrus version available
for Windows 3.1 or Win95 is a Dos program well past its best use-by date.
It is very good at some things and terrible at others - mostly relating to
interacting with the operating system (selecting & creating files) and
with other programs. For example the creation of bibliographies from
citations in a word-processor document will not be as easy as in EndNote.
And now back to discussing the annelids (I hope) ...
Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
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