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Old 09-28-2017, 08:26 PM   #21
Dr. Drib
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I realise you're using a Mac, and I'm not sure if this is available for Apple devices, but OneNote is great for holding research, notes, and any other information, files, etc you need. I think Evernote does much the same thing.

Good luck with the thesis or whatever it is you're writing.

As to the order of proceeding; which feels most comfortable and logical?

Way back, I had to write a short thesis for my BA, which was in literature. I did all the research, making notes along the way, and all the necessary reading before writing up my arguments and conclusions. It seemed that I wouldn't know what I was writing about until I'd done the research.
I'm not using the current version of Microsoft Office, but I do have OneNote with it for my MacBook Pro. I've never actually used OneNote, since Scrivener is such a fine program for outlining and for its index cards.
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