March 13, 2007

Creating a standalone bibliography

Did you know you can create a standalone bibliography from your RefWorks references without having to use Write-N-Cite to insert references manually into a separate document?

Using the instructions below, you can create a bibliography from all your references, from references stored in a specific folder, or using only references you have selected.

  1. Within RefWorks, click on the Bibliography menu.
  2. Under Output Style, select the citation style you want to use to format your bibliography.
  3. Make sure the option Format a bibliography from a list of references is selected.
  4. Under File Type, select Word for Windows. Note: If you are using a version earlier than Word 2000, you will need to select RTF (Rich Text Format) here instead.
  5. Under Include select All References (to use everything in your RefWorks account), My List (to use items you have previously marked) or choose a specific folder from the drop-down menu.
  6. Click Create Bibliography.
  7. The file can now be saved to disk as normal and opened in Word. Alternatively, you can send it to any valid email address.

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