Neil Bennett and Alex Cadwallader of Leonard Curtis Business Solution Group were appointed Joint Administrators of Adept Scientific Limited (“the Company”) on 4 November 2014.

The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators, who act as agents of the Company without personal liability.

If you are interested in purchasing the business and assets of the Company, please contact Tony Poole or Kay Porter, AgentCite Limited, on 01277 312121.

If you have any questions regarding the Administration, please contact Samuel Wood at recovery@leonardcurtis.co.uk.

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Re: cleaning up corrupted document
Author: Community Mailer    Posted: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 01:07:44 -0700
Subject: Re: cleaning up corrupted document

Author: schmunzelm (Regular)
Date: 04-03-2009 09:07 AM

yep, this worked, the ref was probably corrupt, and I should insert new references right next to a bracket, not inside any brackets. When I 1. unformat the bibliography (a few times if necessary, checking for EN.CITE if necessary, and the alt+F9 worked on the mac, fn+alt+F9 on powerbook) and 2. remove the field code (I did that via word tools menu), citations are normal text and fast to work with; I think I'll routinely do that. Endnote will still be able to format anything that looks like [Greenspan, 1997 #65][Streisinger, 1989 # 4] into a single (), even if field code not there.    ok I start to like endnote because there is a way to turn it off once I started using it. Also, support was very great and fast, thanks, Leanne. 


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