Reference managment software

wetsel_r at wums.wustl.edu wetsel_r at wums.wustl.edu
Fri Nov 19 16:54:05 EST 1993


Greetings!  I'd like to toss in my $0.02...  After having just done
a few grants manually, I picked up EndNote Plus and am so far very
happy with it.  It does what it claims it can do.  It is apparently
designed with W_Perfect and MS-Word in mind and compatibility with
other word processors must be tested with it.  I use W_Perfect at work
but am partial to PC-Write at home.  EndNote just fine with this word
processor too.  EndNote can be made compatible by interconverting documents
to and from other formats like W_Perfect.  As I said I'm pretty happy with
it... and you don't need to pay list for it either...  MicroWherehouse which
often advertises in PC-Mag offers it for $139.95 as of this writing.

Hope this helps some of you looking for reference software...
Please forgive me - stupid editor - can't go back and correct obvious typos.
 -- line 6 EndNote "works" just fine...

David
haviland at kids.wustl.edu




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