I totally depend on this excellent piece of software. ---- Dr. Cleal, U.K. See
Why Scholar's Aid?
Is It Right For
Scholar's Aid 4 Academic
Aid 4 AE
is an upgraded Scholar's Aid package that includes Library, Notes, and
Data Retriever. This package is specially designed for academic institutions. It
offers many improved and new functions over Scholar's Aid 2000.
Features in Library
User Interface: New input/edit window allows you to select
a source type and to enter the data; New Record window
display component eliminates the misalignment and improper display.
Z39.50: Connects to over 200 Z39.50 servers worldwide
and gets the bibliographical data directly and enables users to add the list to
the Library database automatically.
Endnote data importing filter: Now you can easily
upgrade to SA from Endnote without retyping your data.
XML DataProvider: You can easily share your data with
your friends with this structured text data file.
Scholar's Aid Library Engine: Is a COM object and
allows third party developers to make add-on modules for SA.
New Key Features in
New Web Note type: Stores web pages as they are. A web
note works like a web browser.
Library lookup window: You do not have to activate
the Library module to see the source data. You can view and edit the source
data in the Notes module.
New notes list window: Displays not only the note titles
but the contents for easier and faster browsing.
New Key Features in both modules
New Word Processors supported: OpenOffice and
WordPerfect 11, and WordPro 9 are supported.
New Shortcut Editor for customizing shortcut keys and
Multi-user login for multiple users for a copy of SA.
Each user can customize SA for
his/her needs. It allows users to store their data in separate
locations. This feature is compatible with a network environment.
Direct Bug Report: Select Help|Bug Report.
See Also: Registration /
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Last modified: Sunday, May 17, 2009.