Endnote for Windows Mobile

Endnote for Windows Mobile

  I think there are many friends in the garden who have written papers. When reading the literature, do you think that managing the literature is troublesome? I'm just in the beginning stage. Greatlion, an English writing and translation teacher, recommended Endnote, a document management tool, and downloaded Endnote X2.0.1 on the school FTP. After installation, I found that Endnote also provides programs on mobile devices, especially Windows mobile and Palm versions. As a result, I was overjoyed. In the future, I added another function on my WM phone-reference study. Although it is a bit tasteless to read the pdf-format paper on WM, it is still good to browse the functions such as Abstract, at least on the boring bus, in addition to watching movies, reading novels and other entertainment, you can also learn.

    The WM version of Endnote is only suitable for versions after WM5.0, and only supports Pocket PC, excluding Smartphone. It is based on .NET CF2.0, so before installing Endnote for WM, .NET CF2.0 will be installed first, and of course there are installation packages such as Microsoft SQL Mobile 2005 and Microsoft SQL Client. There is no special operation during the installation process, as long as Endnote is installed on the PC, you can choose to install it on WM. When the device is connected through ActiveSync next time, the above installation package will be installed automatically. Just choose to install on Device or Storage. Card will do. In fact, you can install it yourself, but it’s a little troublesome. Copy several cab installation packages (shown in Figure 1 below) under the "C:\Program Files\EndNote X2\Pocket PC" directory to the device, and install them one by one. That's it.

Figure 1: File of EndNote For WM

    The advantage of Endnote is that you can download detailed information about the document, such as the author, abstract, keywords, and so on. Taking the IEEE database as an example, we can find relevant documents on IEEE Xplore and download them to Endnote. As shown in Figure 2 below, after we find the required documents, click AbstractPlus ;

Figure 2: Literature information page

  Then enter the detailed information page of the document, as shown in Figure 3 below:

Figure 3: Document's detailed information page

  Select Endnote, ProCite, RefMan in Download, and then download. In this way, the document details will be automatically synchronized to Endnote, as shown in Figure 4 below:

Figure 4: Endnote information page

  After searching the document information on the PC, you can synchronize it to the WM device. Before synchronization, you must first set the database to be synchronized. Click Tools -> Configure Handheld Sync to set the database to be synchronized, as shown in Figure 5 below:

Figure 5: Configure Handheld Sync configuration

  After setting the synchronization database, you can synchronize the database on the PC to the WM device, as shown in Figure 6 below, click Sync:

Figure 6: Synchronizing WM devices

  The synchronization process is relatively slow. After the synchronization is over, we can browse the document information through Endnote on the WM device, as shown in Figure 7 below:

Figure 7: Endnote on WM

  Click to enter, you can browse the detailed information, as shown in Figure 8 below:

Figure 8: Document details

  With Foxit Reader, we can browse documents on WM devices, although it is indeed a bit tasteless. As shown in Figure 9 below:

Figure 9: Foxit Reader browsing literature

  In the above picture, I have switched to landscape mode for the convenience of browsing.

Reference: https://cloud.tencent.com/developer/article/1018254 Endnote for Windows Mobile-Cloud + Community-Tencent Cloud