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Will Flanagan
 
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Default A wizard to insert Harvard references and bibliographic entries

Wouldn't it be great if MS Word had a standard database built into it that
asked you for the relevant information to display in-text citations and
automatically create bibliographic entries for academic essays/dissertations?


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Suzanne S. Barnhill
 
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There are add-ins (such as EndNote) that I believe will handle this. See
http://www.endnote.com/eninfo.asp

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Wouldn't it be great if MS Word had a standard database built into it that
asked you for the relevant information to display in-text citations and
automatically create bibliographic entries for academic

essays/dissertations?



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Daiya Mitchell
 
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It would be great. But since several other companies are making a living
charging up to $200 for this feature, which has a much smaller market than
Word, I don't think MS will find it cost-effective to add it to Word anytime
soon.
Google for "bibliographic management software" for all the options.

If you want this for yourself, there are student discounts and free demos,
and some programs are cheaper than others.

DM

On 12/29/04 2:49 AM, "Will Flanagan" wrote:

Wouldn't it be great if MS Word had a standard database built into it that
asked you for the relevant information to display in-text citations and
automatically create bibliographic entries for academic essays/dissertations?



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