December 2010 — Update to Reference Manager 12.0.3 for Windows

New features in Version 12

  View a tour of Reference Manager 12 features

No matter where you or your colleagues are in the world, so are your references. With Reference Manager you can collaborate with others on a network—or even the Web. Simplify your publishing with Reference Manager where you can search Internet databases, organize your references and create instant bibliographies. And with these newly added features you can do even more!

Link and organize files easily

In Reference Manager 12 you can attach PDFs and other files to a reference and store these attachments with your database. Reference Icons for linked files are displayed in the file attachment field. You can convert existing links to new Reference Manager-relative links in one step.

Build bibliographies with ease—Cite While You Write integration with Word 2007 and more

Cite While You Write with a Reference Manager tab on the Word 2007, 2010 ribbon and watch the bibliography appear as you write. Now you can specify the sort order for in-text citations and the bibliography and differentiate between ambiguous citations, such as multiple works by the same author. Reference groups have new options to list as a single citation and suppress an author name with multiple citations.

Collaborate with colleagues using the enhanced
Web Publisher

Web Publisher in Reference Manager 12 retrieves an unlimited number of references. And, it can be set to start up automatically and run as a Windows service. Reference Manager databases can be integrated with other portals using updated SOAP and WSDL technologies.

Other new features:

  • Spell check an entire database as well as individual records
  • Set preferences to open your database with “Read-Write Exclusive” access
  • Download a specified number of references when searching Web of Knowledge or PubMed
  • Identify duplicates with more options—mark duplicates automatically to locate easily
  • Ignore punctuation when checking for duplicates
  • Use new reference types—Edited Book, Online Source and Grant—as well as new fields in many reference types—Conference Title, Conference Location and the NIH required PMCID
  • Move between references with new Previous and Next buttons

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