Endnote X2 Now Seamlessly Connects To Mac Productivity Software
Mac Users Can Use EndNote X2 Cite While You Write™ in Pages ‘09
Philadelphia, PA London, UK – The Scientific business of Thomson Reuters announced today that EndNote X2 for Mac now integrates with Pages ’09, the word-processing application in Apple’s popular office productivity suite.
Users of Pages ’09 can now automate the citing and formatting of references for scholarly publishing with EndNote X2. Users can search EndNote libraries within Pages ’09 and select references to cite. The citations and bibliography are formatted instantly in thousands of journal styles and users can reformat bibliographies in Pages ’09 by simply selecting a different style, with no additional typing required.
“EndNote X2 connectivity with Pages ’09 allows Mac users to include accurate and comprehensive bibliographic information quickly and easily,” said Keith MacGregor, EVP Academic and Government Markets, Thomson Reuters. “We are pleased to work with Apple to deliver a simple, yet elegant and high quality solution for researchers, librarians and students.”
Pricing and Availability
EndNote X2 is designed for Mac OS X and Windows XP/Vista. The EndNote X2 list price is $299.95 USD. Students in North America can purchase EndNote X2 for $115.95 USD with a valid student I.D. Special upgrade prices are available. EndNote X2 is available from Thomson Reuters, college and university bookstores, and authorized resellers worldwide. For more information, go to endnote.com.
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