Using Write-N-Cite

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How to use Write-N-Cite to add citations to your essay or project

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Using Write-N-Cite

  1. 1. Using Write-N-Cite http:// unihub.mdx.ac.uk / study / library http://www.flickr.com/photos/arbron/923398621/
  2. 2. Open Write-N-Cite by double clicking on the icon You may be asked to log in to Write-N-Cite. If so select ‘Athens Users’ Click here Enter your IT User ID e.g. AB123 and password e.g.London42
  3. 3. Write-N-Cite and Word will now open If word does not open, then click ‘Load it’ Check ‘Always on top’, so that your references are visible Word will open with your references ‘on top’. You can then open a new or existing document
  4. 4. Add citations as you write your essay/project If you wish to add a citation from your list of references, click on ‘cite’ and a citation will be added in to the text of your essay/project The citation now appears in your essay/project
  5. 5. You can choose which references to use Write-N-Cite will display all your references unless you choose a specific folder
  6. 6. When you have finished, you can create a bibliography from the citations used Select ‘Bibliography’ Then choose the correct referencing style You can minimise/maximise this window at any time by click and dragging this corner
  7. 7. A bibliography will be added to your essay/project The citations have also been formatted correctly in the text Every time you add more citations to your essay/project, you need to re-create your bibliography Return to your references and add more citations to your essay/project
  8. 8. Logging off Save and close Word in the usual way Close Write-N-Cite by clicking on the cross In order to use Write-N-Cite again, click on the Write-N-Cite icon on your desktop
  9. 9. Need further help? If you need further help then have a look here ... ......or contact : Vanessa Hill: v.hill@mdx.ac.uk Make an appointment: http://bit.ly/MakeAnAppointmentVH
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