Anyone who hasn't already set themselves up with a copy of Linda's opus
might like to have another look at the web page and the Linda Readme page.
(Reload these in your browsers to flush the old versions from your cache.)
I've added the EndNote version (should work in Mac's as well as
Windows Pc's) as a zip file. I've also been given a Mac self-extracting
archive of the Papyrus version for benefit of the Macintosh users. This is
stored as a 'bin' file. If you are not already set up to deal with zip
files you can try this one instead.
I'd also like to point out that both Papyrus and EndNote have free
viewers that you can download and use on the bibliography without
spending a cent. I've added links to these. I have no experience with
these viewers myself so can't tell you what they will or will not let you
do apart from searches. You certainly won't be able to add more refs! It
*might* be possible to export the data in yet another format, and at
least copy and paste will be an option. Worth a look if you are still
wondering what to use. The EndNote demo/viewer is the one I'd try first.
Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
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