CiteInPages is a suite of four Applescripts that allow the open source reference manager BibDesk to be integrated with Apple's word processor, Pages (v. 3 or 4, from iWork '08 or '09; if you're interested in Word integration, see BibDesk to Word). Using BibDesk templates, "working citations" containing BibTeX cite keys in a defined format can be dragged or inserted by script from BibDesk into Pages documents as the documents are edited. CiteInPages replaces these working citations with numbered or author-date in-text citations, creates a correctly-ordered bibliography based on a BibDesk template, and pastes the bibliography into the Pages document. It works on native Pages files through Pages itself and does not require converting the file to rtf, which may cause some loss of information, inserted images or layout features. CiteInPages is freely available for use and modification with a BSD license.
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What's New in CiteInPages 1.03
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No additional system requirements.