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David L. Haviland, Ph.D. HAVILAND at KIDS.WUSTL.EDU
Tue Mar 7 13:42:49 EST 1995

In <3j4epv$s3a at hermod.uio.no> thomas.hansteen at bio.uio.no writes:
> We want to collect our litterature databases, who currently are in EndNote-, ProCite- and
>  PopLitt-formats, into one, Word 6.0 (Windows)-compatible Bibliography database.
> The main qualities we are looking for is import/export routines and friendlyness.
>  Any suggestions?
> (I have seen above that EndNote for windows, my favorite, is in a
> prenatal commercial fase, > what a pity.) 


Sure, I'll bite...  and those that scan this sub know what I'm going to 
say... ;-)

I would opt for Papyrus.  For $99 it does what you ask.  No extra costs, no 
extra modules, no nothin'...  It comes ready with a variety of formats for 
both imports and exports - you can easily design both to suit your needs.  
Here at Wash-U we have a library format that didn't quite match what came 
with Papyrus, I had a import format up and working within about a hour.  

Currently, it is available in DOS format.  The DOS format works fine under 
Windows (personal experience) and a Mac version is currently under 

Dave Goldman who deveoped it (and sells it) can be reached at:

rsd at teleport.com

Hope this helps.

David (blah-blah - no affiliation with RSD)
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