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RefWorks New: Using Write-N-Cite for Microsoft Word to Write and Format Your Paper

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Have questions regarding the new RefWorks or need some technical support? Contact our Support Team for help.

E-mail us or telephone us +1- 800-521-0600Contact Information ext. 74440 or +1-734-997-4440

Support hours are:

Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 9:00 pm Eastern Time

In addition, the new RefWorks Support Pages are available at any time.

More information about upgrading to the new RefWorks can be found at: http://www.proquest.com/go/upgrade-refworks

New RefWorks Webinars

We offer several webinars on many different topics each month. Below are links to our schedule of upcoming sessions and recordings of recent ones.

Upcoming sessions and recordings

Informational webinars presented by the RefWorks Product Manager and recordings of past ones can be found at: http://www.proquest.com/go/upgrade-refworks

Using Write-n-Cite

  • Under the Tools drop down menu at the top, select the Tools link
  • Scroll down and select Download & Install under Write-n-Cite

  • After it's installed, a Refworks login will appear at the top when you open Microsoft Word

  • Once properly installed, you may log into your RefWorks account and insert citations using different citation styles
  • To insert an in-text citation, select the Insert Citation option and search for the appropriate citation via the folders or search bar (e.g., search author name or word from the title)
  • To change the citation style, click on the Style drop down menu
  • To insert a bibliography, select Bibliography Options and select 'Insert Bibliography'

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