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      04.07.2000 23:00
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      This is a fantastic package for managing bibliographies, and everyone who has to write reports should use it! Endnote is basically a database, which is designed to be used for managing references. References can be inputted by several different methods: * manually typing in all the details * importing details from another reference database such as access or reference manager * importing details from text files (such as emailed tables of contents) * importing details from ISI 'Web of Science' * connecting to and searching (then importing) data from online databases such as Ovid and Medline Gathering the details of your references can be time consuming, but using search strategies on Web of Science is much faster. When you have built your database, there are several ways to use it. * Search for references which you want to read about a specific topic * Insert references into Microsoft Word. It is this last feature which is the best thing about Endnote. When you are writing a paper, or dissertation, in order to build your references section, you simply insert a reference into Word (using an Add-in that comes with Endnote). Then, when the paper is finished, you simply 'format' your references. Endnote then goes through your document, and formats all your references in the way you choose (Author, date; or Author, Author,et al., date, or whatever). It then creates at the end of the document a references section, which includes Journal, volume, title, and so on, just as you need for your paper. Using Endnote you can easily format your reference section according the journal you are submitting a paper to. The program comes with many pre-installed formats, for all the major scientific journals. You can very easily edit these, to create your own format. All in all, Endnote is a very flexible, easy to use reference database tool. I would recommend it to any scie
      ntific researcher. In addition, you can get it cheaper if you are a student (£80).

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