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Write-n-Cite for Mac, Word 2015 1 Reply

Hello,I just got a new laptop with Yosemite and Word 2015. It appears that WNC is not yet available for Word 2015, do we know when that will be available?Many thanks!Sara K.Continue

Tags: Write-n-Cite, 2015, Word

Started by RefWorks Administrator in Administering RefWorks. Last reply by RefWorks Team May 19.

RefWorks Product Updates 7 Replies

This is a permanent thread where all RefWorks product updates will be posted. You can be alerted each time a product update is announced on this discussion thread -- simply select the "Follow" option…Continue

Started by RefWorks Community in RefWorks Flow. Last reply by RefWorks Team Apr 6.

Cite them Right and RefWorks 5 Replies

We are considering setting up a trial for Cite them Right (Palgrave Macmillan). Is the Harvard Cite them Right available as a default style in RefWorks, rather than one you have to create yourself?…Continue

Started by Jean McGuinness in Administering RefWorks. Last reply by Jean McGuinness Mar 31.

Speed of write n cite 1 Reply

I have around 426 references  in ref-works, and a WORD (2010) document that is 380 pages, 10 Mb, and 100,000 words.When I edit a citation, the computer is taking around 90 seconds to update the…Continue

Started by Andrew Bell in Training Users. Last reply by RefWorks Administrator Mar 20.

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