Has anyone migrated and worked with anyone who was caught migrating mid-way through a very long project (such as a dissertation?) and if so, how did you work with them to handle it?
We have users that fall into two camps: ones that love the new Refworks so much that wish they could just re-do their entire projects over in the new system (but they are writing chapter by chapter); and those that like the new one just fine but are worried what will happen at the cut-off date.
Several RW users are reporting troubles with Write N Cite. They have Word 2016, Windows NT Pro, and installed WnC version 4.5.1682 on it. They can see the RefWorks tab in the ribbon and click on the…Continue
After running the duplicate checker, items that result are check-marked by default.In my view, it would be better that none of them are check-marked by default. Then the user can check-mark just the…Continue
I would like to add a ‘degree type’ (or some equivalent) field to the Thesis reference type, under the category of Bibliography. However, it is not listed as an available field in the Citation Style…Continue
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