"On-screen" writing and composing: two years experience with Manuscript Manager, Apple II and IBM-PC versions.
Published: 1 June 1989
The Netherlands Journal of Medicine , Volume 34, pp 322-7
Abstract: The problems of the direct composition of a biomedical manuscript on a personal computer are discussed. Most word processing software is unsuitable because literature references, once stored, cannot be rearranged if major changes are necessary. These obstacles have been overcome in Manuscript Manager, a combination of word processing and database software. As it follows Council of Biology Editors and Vancouver rules, the printouts should be technically acceptable to most leading biomedical journals.
Keywords: apple / BIOLOGY / journals / writing / manuscript / editors / Vancouver / IBM / composing / stored
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