RefWorks has an easy to use tool that installs in any web browser called the Save to RefWorks button. The Save to RefWorks button grabs information from any web page – in some cases a complete article – and adds it to your RefWorks library.
To add the Save to RefWorks button to your browser, click on the More icon and select Tools. Simply drag the Save to RefWorks button to your browser.
Once you’ve installed it, go to any web page and click the Save to RefWorks button to capture the information.
Working with Write-N-Cite for Microsoft Word
*Write-N-Cite does not work on Macs using 2016 Word!
1. Click the Style drop down. You will see a list of RefWorks' recent styles. Click on the style name.
4. Click on the item you wish to insert into your paper. You will see a preview of the formatted citation in your current Output Style.
5. To insert a footnote instead, click the Make Footnote checkbox in the Edit References area. Once you make a footnote and finish editing the citation, you will not be able to undo this action. However, you can always add a new in-text citation.
6. You can insert your bibliography anywhere in your paper while you are writing. Click Bibliography Options, Insert Bibliography. Note: the bibliography will be inserted wherever the cursor is in your paper.
Installing the Google Docs Add-on for RefWorks
Working with the ProQuest RefWorks Add-on for Google Docs
3. If you want to work with a RefWorks collection of references, just click on “All references” to see your list of collections. Choose the collection with the references you need for your paper. You can also use the “search” option to search for specific references. The search options searches all fields.
Continue to add citations and watch your bibliography update right in front of you.
7. You can also add footnotes (make sure your output style supports them!):