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To set up a RefWorks account go to sign up.
For help using RefWorks, see the videos on the RefWorks YouTube channel.
To link RefWorks to Word, please follow the instructions in the Integration with Word section on this page.
A guide on how to use RefWorks can be downloaded below:
To integrate RefWorks with Word use RefWorks Citation Manager.
Windows 10 PC with Word 2016 or Word 365 or newer
Macs running the operating system 10.6+ with Word 2016 or newer
Detailed information on this change see the Legacy RefWorks Support Center. There are two key steps:
RefWorks Citation Manager updated May 2020: The slides above have been updated to show the new Refworks Citation Manager.
There is a problem at the moment that login from my institution works for RefWorks but not Refworks Citation Manager which requires an individual password. (They are working on fixing this problem). There is a solution:
Use that new password to login to RefWorks Citation Manager.
Only RefWorks is supported by Middlesex University, so if you haven't decided what to use, please look at RefWorks first. Alternatives are:
Web of Science has an export funtion which include RefWorks. However, this only works if you have your browser pop-up blockers set correctly. Please follow this link for instructions for your preferred browser:
If you have written a document in separate sections, you can easily combine them into one document as follows:
To add p or pp to citations do this: