? re reference software

cotegl at ncaur1.ncaur.gov cotegl at ncaur1.ncaur.gov
Tue Oct 10 09:27:04 EST 1995

In article <DG7IK1.DG2 at midway.uchicago.edu>, 
kelly at hearts.bsd.uchicago.edu says...
>We currently use Papyrus, which is a DOS-based reference/citation 
>program.  I have found it relatively easy to use and it has been 
>capable of doing what I need it to do.  I have not used End-Note, 
>but have noticed advertisements which state that there is a 
>Windows-based version.  I am also aware of Reference Manager, 
>another DOS-based program.
>I have tried Papyrus, Pro-Cite, and Reference Manager, and finally 
settled on Reference Manager as the most flexible and powerful for my 
needs.  I am using the Windows version now, but as far as I know, it is 
still available in a DOS version.  Check with RIS, who makes 
Reference Manager; they will probably be able to send you a demo disk.

(Disclaimer: This only reflects my personal opinion and does not imply 
endorsement or recommendation by the USDA or US gov't. over other 
manufacturers or brands, etc. etc.)

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