RefWorks is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of Write-N-Cite 4 for Windows. This version is compatible with locally installed versions of Word 2013, and it resolves numerous past issues.

Users will now be able to continue writing papers after disconnecting from the internet, and open URL links will also show in-text or within a bibliography. Previously, users had received an “Unable to Connect” error when multiple proxies were deployed at an institution, and this has now been fixed.

Converting formatted papers with output styles that had super-scripted in-text citations to styles that do not contain superscript will no longer incorrectly retain super-scripted in-text citations. Also, incompletely defined output styles and output styles defined with numeric citations without citation ranges no longer produces the error, “Object reference is not set to an instance of an object.” In addition, when stylized text is defined in a style there had been miscellaneous spacing issues, and that will not be a problem moving forward with this latest version.

In some instances, the auto-sync folder feature had been not syncing correctly in the past and these issues have now been resolved. Also, it should be noted that users should be aware that upon saving a new document the first time, it is not added to the server until the document is re-saved. This is because Microsoft Word saves the file locally upon the first save, and upon the second save RefWorks is able to ascertain the complete folder and cited reference information.  

Write-N-Cite 4 for Windows is compatible with the following applications:

  • Microsoft Word 2007, 2010 and 2013
  • Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8  

If you encounter any issues when installing this new version, we encourage you visit the Troubleshooting Guide for help.

Good luck with the beginning of the new academic year, and please do not hesitate to contact support@refworks-cos.com if you have any questions.

Thanks,

The RefWorks Team

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