RefWorks allows you to automatically format references in Word documents in hundreds of citation styles, including APA, Chicago, MLA, and Turabian. Formatting can be done one of two ways: 1) using a utility called Write-N-Cite, or 2) copying and pasting from the One Line/Cite View.

Use Write-N-Cite if:

  • your computer meets the following requirements:
    PC Users Mac Users
    • Microsoft Word 2000 and up
    • Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000 or XP
    • Internet Explorer 5.0 and up
    • Microsoft Word for Mac 98 and up
    • Mac OS X version 10.3 or later
  • you can download or have already downloaded a copy of Write-n-Cite onto your computer

Use One Line/Cite View if:

  • you don’t have the above software loaded onto your computer
  • you cannot download Write-N-Cite to your computer

Follow these links for instructions on how to:

For a complete list of tutorials, look here

For more details, see the RefWorks documentation.

FAQs on Using Write-N-Cite or One Line/Cite View

 



Last updated March 14, 2013 dc

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