In article <1ugbb2$2pi at max.physics.sunysb.edu>, mhollowa at ic.sunysb.edu (Michael Holloway) writes:
>We're thinking of buying Reference Manager for Windows (~$375 with discount)
>but we're a poor lab and would appreciate hearing from anyone who has had
>experience with other DOS system bibliographic software. Is there one that
>stands out? Are there any that are real dogs? Is anyone out there using
>Reference Manager? I'll summarize any E-mail and post if warrented.
We evaluated several programs in our lab a few years ago and selected Reference
Manager (DOS V3.xx or 4.xx). We're up to V5.05 and very happy with it; there
have been few problems, usually associated with a newer version of WordPerfect
or of our CDROM Medline (CD+) system. Tech support is super, amongst the best.
I, too, was thinking of the Windows version but am unwilling to sacrifice the
speed of the DOS version (real fast even on a 386DX/20).
bobrej at uacsc1.albany.edu
Robert Rej - SUNY Albany Scarpia got the point!