March 15, 2007

Advanced RefWorks guide now available on–line

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A PDF guide to using some of the more advanced features of RefWorks is now available under the workbooks and guides section of the Library RefWorks webpages.

The workbook covers a number of topics which users frequently ask about, including:
  • adding a page number;
  • suppressing an author in the main body of your text;
  • suppressing a reference in the main body of your text, but including it in your bibliography;
  • searching the Library Catalogue via RefWorks;
  • importing references from the Library Catalogue into RefWorks;
  • creating a bibliograhy from a list of references without using the Write-N-Cite software.

If you have any comments or questions, please email Simon Speight (

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