Hi,

I remember that there has been a possibility to set in customized organization specific output styles in the admin module. However, I have never customized an output style intended to the whole organization and made it available organization widely. Is there any hands on instructions how to set a customized style available? (Where to modify, how to upload etc.) I did find one about z3950 sites on the admin tutorials prints (the video didn't work), where it only stated, that the output styles work similarly. Unfortunately I have already forgotten how the old interface worked and feel a bit uncomfortable to test with the master account...

I would appreciate a fast answer.

Best regards,

Elise Johansson

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Hi Elise, you have to use the Master account. It depends if the output style was customized by you (admin) or by a "normal" user.

You may find these instructions useful

https://www.refworks.com/refworks/help/Refworks.htm#Administrator_T...

https://www.refworks.com/content/path_manage/faqs.asp#q5

http://www.lib.uts.edu.au/sites/default/files/attachments/page/Modi... from page no. 11

go to http://www.proquest.com/go/webinars-refworks - I did not watch this video (RefWorks Administrative Tool Training) but it could include side-wide output styles

Thank you Dana!

Now I think I have enough information, so that I can test this feature. Especially the lib.uts.edu.au site turned out to be useful.

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