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If you are looking for Citavi, you have come to the right place. We explain what Citavi is and point you to the official download.

What is Citavi?

Citavi is a program used for Reference Management exclusively for Microsoft Windows. It is a tool used by many students in conducting research. This has the functionality to aid you plan, search, and organize all the references and manuscripts you need for a particular project. Aside from students, Citavi is also used by all kinds of professionals – educators, Government officials, technicians and the like. This program is published a software company based on Switzerland called Swiss Academic Software.

Using Citavi, a group can have access to a common pool of materials and research paraphernalia including journals, contracts, articles, and patents. Each user can be given a special access code that he can use as long as Citavi is properly installed in his computer. This software also lets you find any essential document on the Web as it executes as exclusive extension called Picker that speeds up the use of browsers such as IE, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.

With this software, you can also download PDF files and attaches them automatically to an e-mail for sending or submission. At present there are about 4,000 databases you can check using this software.

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File types supported by Citavi

Our users primarily use Citavi to open these file types:

About file types supported by Citavi

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Last updated: : March 9, 2012