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EndNote Version 5 For Windows

by Diane Calabrese

EndNote Verson 5. ISI ResearchSoft, Berkeley, California, 2001. List
price: $329.95 (Students in North America with valid ID: $109.95)

READ AND STUDY and write, and inevitably notes and excerpts and
ticklers begin to accumulate. It doesn’t take long before
even an electronic compilation of the prose too profound to
let go becomes almost too unwieldy to track.

This writer’s collection of snippets represents hundreds of authors,
among them Thomas Hart Benton, Alasdair Clayre, Nellie McClung,
William Butler Yeats and Alfred Russel Wallace. The quotes,
of course, are only as good a resource as they are easy to
tap. Until now, being able to find a memorable passage from
the self-assembled repository, slip it into a manuscript at
a second’s notice, and immediately tie the complete and correct
and properly formatted bibliographic citation to the text
has required several steps and some retyping.

EndNote Version 5 allows authors to make a quantum leap to a new world
of formatting where genuine simplicity and consistency govern.
An author can build a library of references as large as 32,000
references (or 32 megabytes, whichever comes first) for potential
use. Then, the author can tap the personal library whenever
there is

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