[OS X TeX] convert bibtex file to endnote?

Adam Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Fri Aug 5 11:12:03 EDT 2005

On Friday, August 05, 2005, at 07:35AM, Aaron Jackson <jackson at msrce.howard.edu> wrote:

>On Aug 5, 2005, at 10:27 AM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
>>> Thank you. With this method it was possible to import my bib-file to 
>>> endnote. There are some problems with the conversion of non ascii 
>>> characters and it turns out that endnote 8 no longer has a global 
>>> search and replace option, although endnote 7 had. Unfortunately I 
>>> cannot import the converted bib-file into endnote 7. Is there a 
>>> solution to this poblem?
>>> I tried to use the -u (for unicode) flag on bib2xml, but it did not 
>>> help.
>> I think Endnote likes MacOSRoman encoding, but I don't know if 
>> bibutils works with that.  I'd suggest saving as RIS from BibDesk in 
>> Mac Roman encoding, then trying to load the RIS file directly into 
>> Endnote.
>That definitely does not work.  

Can you be more specific, please?

>I only write in English, so I do not 
>have this problem, but perhaps you can make a copy the bib file and do 
>the editing before you use bibutils.

I only write in English as well, but I have many articles by authors with accented characters in their names.


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