Thomson Reuters Ships EndNote X4 for Mac OS X
PHILADELPHIA and LONDON, Aug. 23 /PRNewswire/ — Thomson Reuters today announced the immediate availability of EndNoteÃ‚® X4 for Mac Ã‚® OS X, the bibliographic management and publishing solution used by millions of researchers, librarians and students worldwide. With EndNote X4 researchers can import and search PDF files, collaborate more with EndNote Web, use new Cite While You Write(TM) features and more.
“EndNote X4 for Mac OS X introduces new efficiencies for users including the simple drag and drop of PDF files that saves multiple steps while building their research library,” said Keith MacGregor, executive vice president, Thomson Reuters. “This and other new features such as the enhanced interoperability between EndNote and the ResearcherID author community furthers our commitment to provide solutions that automate processes whenever possible, enabling users to focus on their research and writing instead of the technical details.”
Create new records from PDF files
Users can now import a full text PDF–even a folder containing multiple PDF files–to add new references with the full text attached. Mac users can additionally drag a PDF file onto the EndNote icon on the Dock to add a new reference to their library. And, PDF files are now searchable in EndNote, providing users with greater depth in exploring their reference collection.
Other features include:
- 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.
- Transfer up to 10,000 references between the Web and desktop.
For EndNote X4 pricing visit endnote.com.
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SOURCE Thomson Reuters