Bibliographic Software Introduces Reference Grouping for Enhanced
Management, Integration with Word 2007 for Windows(R) and Increased
Collaboration with EndNote(R) Web.
CARLSBAD, Calif., June 4 /CNW/ -- Today, Thomson Scientific, part of The
Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) and leading provider of information
solutions to the worldwide research and business communities, ships a major
upgrade to EndNote(R) for Windows-the bibliographic management software used
by millions of researchers, librarians and students to publish their research.
EndNote XI introduces custom groups to view and manage subsets of references,
new Cite While You Write(TM) integration with Microsoft(R) Word 2007, seamless
connectivity with EndNote Web to simplify collaboration with colleagues, and
"EndNote X1 delivers many highly requested features that simplify the way
references are viewed, organized and searched," said Keith MacGregor, EVP
Academic and Government Markets, Thomson Scientific. "Now users can create
subsets of references -- just as they do with music playlists and collaborate
with others using the combined power of EndNote and EndNote Web, available via
ISI Web of Knowledge at most academic institutions."
Group References for Instant Access
With EndNote X1 users can drag and drop references into subject folders
for immediate access to subsets of references. Each EndNote library can have
up to 50 custom groups, and action-specific groups are created automatically
for search results, file imports and reference transfers from EndNote Web, the
new Web-based research and writing tool. Now users can access their groups
instantly and manage their references more efficiently.
Cite While You Write(TM) with Microsoft Word 2007 for Windows(R)
EndNote XI utilizes the new Microsoft Word 2007 ribbon technology,
providing users with intuitive access to Cite While You Write(TM) commands.
Cite While You Write allows users to locate citations and create
bibliographies instantly while writing in Microsoft Word. In Word 2007 the
frequently used commands are organized on an EndNote tab, making them easy for
the user to find and select when citing references in scholarly papers.
Collaborate with colleagues and students using EndNote Web
EndNote X1 integrates seamlessly with EndNote Web, a Web-based basic
bibliographic tool available as an institutional subscription. For the
millions of graduate students and researchers who depend on the high
performance capabilities of EndNote, integration with EndNote Web provides a
way to manage references when away from their desktop computers. EndNote users
can collaborate with colleagues and students by sharing EndNote Web folders.
And users can cite references from both EndNote and EndNote Web in a single
paper and transfer libraries easily. Now EndNote users can be even more
productive with the combination of EndNote and EndNote Web.
More New Features
EndNote X1 provides time-saving enhancements that are tailored to how
researchers work today. Users can now view all authors for a reference in the
main list display, and organize up to 45 files -- PDFs, graphics, PowerPoints
and more -- per reference using the "file attachment" field. Custom reference
types can be exported and imported between computers easily, so users can
transfer their personal settings between computers.
EndNote X1 also includes new and updated files for searching online
resources, importing references and formatting bibliographies -- 1,500+
connections to online sources, 600+ import filters and over 2,800 publishing
styles. These and other improvements requested by students, researchers and
scholarly writers make EndNote the favored reference management solution for
Pricing and Availability
EndNote X1 is designed for Windows 2000, XP and Vista. The list price of
EndNote X1 is $299.95 USD. Students in North America can purchase EndNote X1
for $109.95 USD with a valid student I.D. For a list of international
distributors, go to www.endnote.com. Special upgrade prices are available to
owners of previous versions. EndNote X1 is now available from Thomson
Scientific, college and university bookstores, and authorized resellers
worldwide. EndNote X1 for Mac OS X will ship summer 2007.
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