Write-N-Cite<br />Login to you RefWorks account<br />Go to Tools > Write-N-Cite<br />
Download<br />Choose the version that best fits your operating system<br />Write-N-Cite is available for Window (v.3) or for Mac (v. 2.5) <br />
Save File<br />Click the link to save the file<br />Save it in a place you can find it, like “My Documents” or “Desktop”<br />
Run File<br />Find file and click to run<br />Follow prompts<br />Be sure to read what it says as you have to remember to click later on to add Write-N-Cite to Word<br />
Install Write-N-Cite in MS Word<br />Make sure you check “Add Write-N-Cite to the Toolbar in Microsoft Word”<br />You can also allow for Working Offline<br />
Write-N-Cite in Word 2007 & 2010<br />If you are using Word 2007 or 2010, Write-N-Cite will be in the “Add-Ins” tab on the top menu ribbon<br />Two icons will appear; click either to start Write-N-Cite<br />
Write-N-Cite in Word 2003<br />Write-N-Cite will be visible on the main toolbar above the blank Word Document<br />
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