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A step-by-step description of how to use ISI's Reference Manager for Windows

A step-by-step description of how to use ISI's Reference Manager for Windows

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  • 1. The old days…1991’s DOS version!
  • 2. …and now for Windows XP and up
  • 3. Online ordering – or via ICTS
  • 4. The basics: working with a database
  • 5. Importing directly from online sources eg: PubMed
  • 6. Choosing authors: self-completing choices
  • 7. Approve hits
  • 8. Select some or all hits
  • 9. Copy to existing db
  • 10. Edit as you need- eg: link to PDF
  • 11. Alternative import: via the web
  • 12. Choose output format
  • 13. Save to text to get rid of HTML
  • 14. Note: abstract included
  • 15. Saving it locally
  • 16. Importing it to RefMan: choose db
  • 17. Choose “import” on file menu
  • 18. Choose appropriate import filter
  • 19. Choose text file
  • 20. Import!
  • 21. View new / old db
  • 22. Import thousands at a time
  • 23. So how do you use it when writing a paper?
  • 24. Choosing output styles for bibliography and citations
  • 25. LEARN how to do this as you can specify your own styles!
  • 26. …and in the ms:
  • 27. Custom toolbar in Word

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