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EndNote X7 for Windows

The latest upgrade to EndNote, the bibliographic reference management and publishing software from Thomson Reuters, is now available from Adept Scientific.

Thomson Reuters says EndNote X7 for Windows brings users a smoother, more automated research workflow, increased time savings and even greater control of literature references thanks to enhanced PDF management, citing capabilities in PowerPoint and extended syncing capabilities that give users access to all of their references, attachments and groups from anywhere: desktop or laptop, Windows or Mac, online or iPad.

EndNote automates the process of locating, organising and formatting literature references and bibliographies. This new release adds new formatting tools, bibliography sub-headings, additional reference types and more.

Both new and enhanced tools are designed to help users write papers, manuscripts, books, presentations, CVs, grant application and more, seamlessly integrating citations and bibliographies with word processing and other software.

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