Has anyone had any luck getting Endnote 8 (or any version for that matter) to work w/ Office 2003? I put them in the same bottle obviously. I tried following this suggestion from EndNote: http://www.endnote.com/support/faqs/CWYW/faq1.asp#winEN89
But neither cp'ing or sym-links worked (winword would just hang on start-up). Anyone else found a work around. Supporting EndNote by itself is nice, but being able to use it w/ word processors is really its goal I think.
I have the exact same problem with Endnote 7 and Office 2003. Initially I had them in separate bottles - Win98 for Endnote and Win2000 for Office. That did not work out well. So, I uninstalled Endnote and reinstalled it in Win2000 bottle. Both Endnote and Office were working fine at this point. But, I could not find the Endnote toolbar in Office. So, I copied the two files Endnote website specifies into the Startup folder of Word. Now, Word hangs at the startup - status bar in the bottom of the the Word windows reads "Running virus scan..." Is there a fix for this?
We are tracking this issue, and we'd appreciate it if you could file a support ticket about it so that we can give our developers more to work with as they try to find a solution. Please reference bug 4464 in the ticket and describe how it is that you're trying to install word and endnote together.
My 1-year subscription has expired, so I'm unable to submit a support ticket anymore. Until there is a new release with extended support / stability for EndNote, Equation Editor, and a few other things, I probably won't renew.
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