+    Integrating Citations from RefWorks into MS    Word without the Write-N-Cite Plugin                             John ...
+    Write-N-Cite?                    RefWorks offers a plugin for Word                    called “Write-N-Cite” that you ...
+    No Write-N-Cite? Unfortunately, you may find yourself working on a machine that does nothave the plug-in installed an...
+    Inserting References from    RefWorks:                          Identify a place that you wish to                    ...
+    Inserting References from    RefWorks:                          Locate the reference that you wish                   ...
+    Inserting References from    RefWorks:                          Control + c to copy the bit of code                  ...
+    Inserting References from    RefWorks:                         If you want to cite multiple sources,                 ...
+    Inserting References from    RefWorks:                           Contol + v to paste the code into                   ...
+    Inserting References from    RefWorks:                           Continue to write your paper and                    ...
+    Formatting your Document:                         When you have inserted the code                         for all of ...
+    Formatting your Document:                         Over in RefWorks, you can get                           started wit...
+    Formatting your Document:                               1. Select your style.                          2. Click “Form...
+    Formatting your Document:                 If the file download is stopped by                      the browser’s pop-u...
+    Formatting your Document:Open the file and marvel how  the code is gone,  replaced with nicely  formatted in-text cit...
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A tutorial that reviews the process of inserting citations from a RefWorks database into a Word document and then uploading the document to RefWorks for formating. A useful procedure to know when the Write-N-Cite add on is not available.

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Integrating citations from RefWorks without Write-N-Cite

  1. 1. + Integrating Citations from RefWorks into MS Word without the Write-N-Cite Plugin John Pell Assistant Professor Hunter College Libraries
  2. 2. + Write-N-Cite? RefWorks offers a plugin for Word called “Write-N-Cite” that you can access from the “Tools” drop-down menu.
  3. 3. + No Write-N-Cite? Unfortunately, you may find yourself working on a machine that does nothave the plug-in installed and you may not have the authority to perform an installation yourself. This tutorial demonstrates a work- around for that situation.
  4. 4. + Inserting References from RefWorks: Identify a place that you wish to insert a reference.
  5. 5. + Inserting References from RefWorks: Locate the reference that you wish to cite in your RefWorks database and click on the golden bracket icon in the records tool bar.
  6. 6. + Inserting References from RefWorks: Control + c to copy the bit of code that pops up in the “Citation Viewer”
  7. 7. + Inserting References from RefWorks: If you want to cite multiple sources, just close the viewer and select another source. For citing single sources, be sure to clear the viewer after each one.
  8. 8. + Inserting References from RefWorks: Contol + v to paste the code into your Word document at the location that you wish the in-text citation to appear.
  9. 9. + Inserting References from RefWorks: Continue to write your paper and insert citation code as needed. You may find it helpful to tile your windows in order to have both Word and the browser on screen at the same time.
  10. 10. + Formatting your Document: When you have inserted the code for all of your references, save the file. You may find it helpful to mark this version as a “DRAFT.”
  11. 11. + Formatting your Document: Over in RefWorks, you can get started with formatting your document by selecting “Create” from the “Bibliography” drop-down menu.
  12. 12. + Formatting your Document: 1. Select your style. 2. Click “Format Paper…” and then chose that Word file you just saved.
  13. 13. + Formatting your Document: If the file download is stopped by the browser’s pop-up blocker, enable pop-ups and click “create bibliography” again; or, click this little link down here.
  14. 14. + Formatting your Document:Open the file and marvel how the code is gone, replaced with nicely formatted in-text citations and a list of references. Save this as your final and keep the “DRAFT” version in case you need to go back and make any changes. That’s it!

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