Replying to LO30048 --
> The single most valuable tool I used when writing my dissertation was the
> software, Endnote. It is a bibliographical application that allows you to
> create libraries and record all your sources, notes, etc. With just a few
I've heard others rave about Endnote, too; it sounds like a good solution.
There's another one, one that happens to be free, called bibTeX (see
http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~jacobsd/bib/formats/bibtex.html). It should
feel very natural to those writing in LaTeX.
By the way, that Web page is on a site that describes a bunch of
bibliographic systems, including EndNote. See
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