Popular bibliographic management solution now
imports and searches PDFs, addresses new journal style requirements, and
Thomson Reuters today released a major upgrade to Thomson
Reuters EndNote for Windows, the bibliographic management and publishing
solution used by millions of researchers, librarians and students worldwide.
EndNote X4 enables researchers to import and search PDF files, use new
Cite While You Write features that simplify their writing, collaborate
in new ways using EndNote Web and more.
"The release of EndNote X4 is a logical next step in our commitment to
streamline researchers’ workflow and simplify collaboration with others," said
Keith MacGregor, executive vice president, Thomson
Reuters. "Enabling users to create and search records from PDFs provides them
with new ways to build their reference databases efficiently, while enhanced
connectivity with the ResearcherID author community allows authors to
share their research and collaborate globally."
Import and search records from PDFs
EndNote expands its PDF management from finding full text
automatically and attaching PDFs to existing records to now importing a single
PDF file or a folder of PDF files. EndNote X4 extracts basic
bibliographic information using the Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) and
CrossRef data to create new records in a reference library. Users can also
extend their retrieval results beyond reference data by searching attached PDF
Other features include:
- Microsoft Word 2010 compatibility.
- Link in-text citations to the bibliography automatically in Microsoft Word.
- New customized short form formatting for footnotes and full APA 6th support.
- Create new groups by comparing, combining and suppressing existing groups.
- Modify references easily in the new Quick Edit tab on the main library
- Transfer up to 10,000 references between the Web and desktop.
For EndNote X4 pricing visit endnote.com.