How do the reference types in ComWriter compare with other referencing products?

ComWriter surpasses every other reference software for the types of references it can prepare. Even common reference types such as books and journal material can be formatted with higher accuracy due to our range of reference formats, templates, and unique methods for examining available data to determine the correct output method. For example, a journal article will format differently if there is a volume only, a volume and issue, or the volume is a month or season. 

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When we compare the volume of templates found in every style guide, it is obvious that ComWriter stands out as more accurate. This table also assumes that every style guide has content in every template. This assumption is not true for other bibliographic tools, but it is true for ComWriter.

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