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Scrivener for Windows versus Writing outliner add-in for MS Word

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Posted by Mitchell Kastner
Nov 9, 2011 at 08:20 PM

 

Scrivener refunded the purchase price less a 15% restocking fee charged to them by their payment handler.

I am giddy using Zotero add-in in Firefox with Writing Outliner which is an absolute joy. I hope you bio-types won’t think any more less of me but I discovered only last night that PubMed has oodles of free full-text articles, which as an attorney is all I need. Windfall!.

I am skipping UR, which I adore, and I am sticking everything-research included—-into Writing Outliner. For example, I am going to prepare a medically-laden article on carpal tunnel syndrome claims under a federal workers’ compensation statute: you know to need to know about CTS if you plan on winning or defeating a CTS workers’ compensation claim. I downloaded from Westlaw a DISEASEDEX article which I used to create an outliner of Word docs in Writing Outliner. As I go through the journal articles, I will cut and paste snippets into these docs along with my blessed Zotero cite, or add to my outline or modify it.

Btw: Scrivener said that they would be working adding a full-blown (I guess) bib/cite manager in the program. Externally invoking any bib/cite manager, other than Endnote, does not work because only Endnote will produce the citation in “raw”, i.e., a field code.

Cheers and thanks for all your comments and suggestions