12-03-2009 10:12 AM
As part of development of EndNote X4, we have been investigating this issue and feel that this is a Word issue - not an EndNote issue. We will mention this to Microsoft but it will be much more meaningful if they also hear about this from real customers. Posting something on their forums might be a start:
Jason Rollins, the EndNote team
12-03-2009 11:29 AM - edited 12-03-2009 11:31 AM
Seems like this is a good place to place your vote.
or if it doesn't work search word 2010 and endnote to get to the place were there is a post regarding endnote and acrobat.
12-07-2009 09:26 AM
X3 can work with office 2010 beta if you copy the files such cww.dll to the START directory of office, as it will be auto-done for previous version office. You can use X3 as usual.
But there are really some compatible problems. When I insert figure caption, the word 2010 always gets cracked.
05-14-2010 09:51 PM
Hi Lijsh, can you explain further which files need to be copied?
Also, Endnote developers: you really need to work harder than this! The Office 2010 beta has been aroudn for AGES, and you should be able to have an UPDATE (NOT a whole new paid release) ready to roll BEFORE a new version of Word is released!
05-14-2010 09:54 PM
PS JasonR: it's not a Microsoft problem, even if they've done something 'wrong'. You are making a product for Word users, no matter what Microsoft does, YOU need to adapt! And quickly!
06-25-2010 11:00 AM
In general I am vehemently anti-Microsoft, but I can't believe that TR is blaiming MS for TR's plugin failing to perform. I just lost a lot of respect for this company. I'm off to shop for a bib software suite that will take responsibility for its product.
07-09-2010 10:48 PM
While i generally agree that a software company should continue to support their products for compatibility (not just wait for brand new version - which is pricey for MOST people), i also am fed up with Microsoft constantly changing their architecture - almost every version has been drastically different, even more so between Office 2007 and prior versions (the standard document format, for example, became a zipped xml file... this is why their extensions end in 'x', i.e., *.xlsx, *.docx, *.pptx, etc).
and if you have a good look around, most MICROSOFT products are INCOMPATIBLE with OTHER MICROSOFT products - even if released in the same year, or not too distant a time. case in point: any edition of internet explorer in windows vista failed spectacularly to comminucate in any useful fashion with outlook web access (which was an issue with server 2008, if i remember correctly, WHICH IS ALSO a microsoft product...)
so it's not really TR fault (i don't work for TR, i just bought Office 2010 and was looking for a solutionto EndnoteX3 compatibility, because i ALSO only got THAT recently too - just the beginning of this year, in fact).
for those who might be interested, many office users have stated that the cwyw.dll fix of previous versions has worked for them when using 2010 with X3. this process is documented in TR's very own endnote website (though not specifically for pairing 2010 with X3, others have said it's worked). i have not installed 2010 yet, but will post my success/failure with the method, described in the links below, once i tackle all that.
and for more reading: