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Compare Reference Manager and EndNote

    Thomson Reuters Reference Manager is a powerful bibliographic solution for workgroups, networks and collaborative projects. But now that EndNote offers library sharing for up to 14 people plus yourself, it’s time to make the switch.

    Side by side: EndNote and Reference Manager

    EndNote X7.4 works with both Windows® and Macintosh®, and delivers many of your
    favorite Reference Manager features plus a whole host of other useful features.

    EndNote X7.4 Reference Manager
    Desktop & online Desktop
    Operating systems Mac OS X Windows Windows
    Reference storage Unlimited Unlimited
    Attachment storage Unlimited Unlimited
    Library sharing In network only
    Reference sharing
    Automatic reference updating
    Advanced reference organization
    Online database searching
    Create a list of favorite styles
    Create custom groups of references
    Create smart groups of references for instant sorting
    One click to find full text
    Annotate and highlight PDFs
    Search PDF text and annotations
    PDF auto-import folder
    Smart reference creation
    Integrated with Microsoft Word
    Predefined bibliographic formatting styles 5,000+ 1,300+
    Create your own formatting styles
    Multiple bibliographies in a single document
    Subheading and category bibliographies Subject bibliographies only
    Composite references
    Field substitutions
    Journal abbreviation recognition & standardization
    Custom options to add more database providers
    Max number of fields 56 37
    Max number of reference types 48 35
    Unicode compliant

    Hassle-free migration to EndNote

    Making the move from Reference Manager to EndNote is easy.

    Watch a short video tutorial