updated 03:50 pm EDT, Tue August 24, 2010
Now transfer up to 10,000 references
Thomson Reuters has launched a new version of its bibliography software, EndNote X4. The app enables users to create notes and compile references, as well as develop multiple bibliographies within Word documents. In the latest release additional PDF management tools have been added, which makes it possible to now import a file or folder of PDFs directly into the library. The update also supports references transfers up to 10,000 between the desktop and EndNote Web, as well a new Cite While You Write feature.
Additional changes vary from the ability to create new groups by comparing, combining, and suppressing currently existing groups, to editing references using a new Quick Edit tab. Wildcards can now be added to search items in order to expand the results, and users can now edit references when comparing duplicates.
EndNote requires Mac OS X 10.5.6 or higher and is priced at $250 for a digital download or $300 for a physical copy. Upgrades from previous versions of EndNote start at $100.