Reference software

David L. Haviland, Ph.D. HAVILAND at KIDS.WUSTL.EDU
Tue May 31 11:02:54 EST 1994

In <61245561wnr at brighton.demon.co.uk> Rob at brighton.demon.co.uk writes:

> Can anyone recomend a Bibliographical database that will run under 
> windows and allow me to create links between winword 6 and the database. 
> Hopefully it would then compile my reference list for me, and probably 
> make a better job of it!
> It should also let me import the 9000 odd refs I have stored in Papyrus 
> 7. 
> WinRefer is almost perfect except for this last point.
> Thanks in advance.
> Rob

I don't understand.  With exception of a *very* minor blinking bug, Papyrus 
*does* operate very well under Windows.  I'm operating Win-3.1 and it 
handles Papyrus and word processor of choice (W_Perfect or PC-Write) just 
fine.  If I understand you and winword 6 is Word for Windows, then Papyrus 
supports it.

Have you chatted with Dave Goldman, the chap who developed Papyrus?
rsd at applelink.apple.com ???

Hope this helps,
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