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Update: Resources for International Users

We have recently added a section labeled Worldwide Resources, which can be found under the Resources tab. This page provides links to helpful resources that are geared towards non-English speaking RefWorks users across the globe. With the generous help of some subscribing institutions, RefWorks was able to develop these resources, which include RefWorks Quick Start Guides, tutorials, troubleshooting…

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Added by RefWorks Community on July 31, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

New RefWorks Sharing Features

RefWorks recently made improvements to the sharing feature, enhancing the ability for collaboration. Shared folders from other users are now view-able directly in your RefWorks account, just like your own folders that you've created. The shared folders are visible in the Quick Access Bar, and a sharing icon distinguishes the shared folders from all your other folders. Also, when logged in to your RefWorks account, you’ll see an alert at the bottom right-hand corner of your screen whenever…

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Added by RefWorks Community on July 29, 2013 at 2:41pm — No Comments

Online Collaboration: Indispensable Tools, Data, and Support for Every Phase of Research

ProQuest recently hosted a presentation at the SciTS 2013 conference, the presentation was intended for those who wanted to learn how to accelerate team science through use of one powerful tool that supports collaboration within virtual teams - RefWorks Flow.

Below is a link to the PDF file of the presentation poster. 

SciTS Conference Poster

Added by RefWorks Community on July 8, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Update: Write-N-Cite Tools page

We have recently updated the Write-N-Cite Tools page in RefWorks to help provide more useful information and ensure that as many users as possible can install and run Write-N-Cite with minimal support. The look of the page has been streamlined, more informative information is available for download, and additional links to updated help files have been included. To see these changes log into your RefWorks account, go to the Tools menu and select Write-N-Cite. On this page there are several…

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Added by RefWorks Community on May 22, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

The Latest RefWorks Enhancements

RefWorks is pleased to announce new enhancements that make it even easier to create a bibliography and export references. From the Folder area on the Quick Access Bar (the right-hand side of the main page) right- click on a folder name to create a bibliography or export references.   Once you select the option to create a bibliography or export references, you’ll have further choices of your favorite output styles or export options.

In addition, from any view of references (all in…

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Added by RefWorks Community on March 25, 2013 at 11:52am — No Comments

Sharing: Let the Updates Begin!

Throughout the next few weeks we’ll be making small enhancements to the sharing feature of RefWorks, as we work towards a complete update.  The overall aim is to improve sharing, and one of the first changes was recently loaded – an improvement to the Comments feature.

When sharing a folder or an entire RefWorks database, you can now view, manage and post comments to your references from within RefWorks from ANY view (i.e. from All References, a folder or search results…

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Added by RefWorks Community on February 20, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

RefWorks Update: New Write-N-Cite Quick Start Guide

RefWorks is pleased to announce that a new version of the Write-N-Cite Quick Start Guide is now available to all users. The new and improved quick start guide is a valuable resource for new and current users, providing information on several aspects of Write-N-Cite, including: 

  • Launching and logging into Write-N-Cite 
  • Selecting output styles 
  • Inserting footnotes or citations 
  • Setting preferences, and more! 

The new quick…

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Added by RefWorks Community on February 8, 2013 at 4:00pm — No Comments

The RefWorks Focus: Write-N-Cite 4

The recent release of Write-N-Cite 4 from RefWorks has stirred up conversation amongst users – some have lauded the enhancements (many of which were suggested by users themselves) and others have struggled, at times, to adopt  the new version.  All the customer feedback that has been received is invaluable to the RefWorks team as we continually strive to make Write-N-Cite more user friendly and to improve the features within the tool.

As with any new product or service that brings…

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Added by RefWorks Community on January 8, 2013 at 11:38am — No Comments

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'Save to RefWorks' not working with Internet Explorer (IE) 1 Reply

"Save to RefWorks' utility doesn't appear to work in IE (Internet Explorer). Has anyone else experienced this issue?Continue

Started by Lucy Walton in RefWorks. Last reply by Jana Machonska Nov 14, 2019.

Removing [doi] from PubMed references

Hello,references imported to RefWorks from PubMed include in the DOI field not only DOI identifier but also [doi] at the end, e.g.: 10.1007/s00726-017-2524-0 [doi].Did anybody find a way how to…Continue

Tags: PubMed, DOI, style, citation

Started by Jana Machonska in RefWorks Nov 13, 2019.

New Refworks - adding page number, APA citation style, Google Docs

Hello!I am using Google Docs for a paper and trying to add the page number for an APA citation. The page number box is greyed out. I don't see a way to activate it. Does anyone have a suggestion?…Continue

Tags: number, page

Started by KM in RefWorks Aug 27, 2019.

Mac users and Reference Citation Manager

We recently learned that Mac users with Word 2016 need to use Reference Citation Manager for in-text citations and that the only way to get this is through a Microsoft Add-in that has not been…Continue

Tags: Citation, Manager, Reference, 2016, Word

Started by Stephanie Larrison in RefWorks Aug 6, 2019.

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