Bibliographic software

John Watson watsonaj at bms.com
Tue Oct 28 10:37:06 EST 1997

Peter Hains wrote:
> Hello all,
> For some time now I have been trying to find a bibliographic software to
> suit my needs. Currently I am using M$ Access for Windoze 3.11 for all
> of my references. However, it does not have the integration into word
> processors that Endnote or Reference manager do. Here's the question, I
> need a reference program that runs under Windows 3.11 and is compatable
> with Wordperfect 6.0a. Further, it needs to be able to import data from
> Access. I can export the data from Access into a delimited form so all
> it really needs is to be able to import delimited text. Any suggestions
> would be grately appreciated. Please note I cannot Endnote for IBM or
> Reference Manager. Thanks to all in advance.

Check out Research Software Design, makers of Papyrus. It's my personal
favorite for Windows/DOS-based word processing. Inexpensive, flexible,
and with a cooperative support/development staff.


No affiliation, etc.
John Watson
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
watson_j at bms.com
"If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate."

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