Write-N-Cite 4 integrates with Microsoft Word and provides the ability to embed citations in your work as you are writing and to format your paper based on the writing style (APA, Chicago, MLA, etc.) you need. Write-N-Cite is available for both Windows and Macintosh computers.
Write-N-Cite 4 for Windows MS Word
|Write-N-Cite for Macintosh MS Word
To install Write-N-Cite, login to your RefWorks account, select "Write-N-Cite" from the "Tools" menu. Select the installation that is appropriate for your computer (Windows or Macintosh) and -- in the case of Windows computers -- select the version (32-bit or 64-bit) that is appropriate for your version of MS Word. If you need Write-N-Cite III, click on the "Previous Versions" link.
Once Write-N-Cite 4 is installed, view this video for an overview on its functions.
Resolving Issues With Fonts That Change When Using WNC 4
When using Write-N-Cite 4, you may notice that whenever you add references, add a bibliography using an output style, or change the output style the font for the references and bibliography change. This issue is associated with the way MS Word functions; WNC 4 uses the default "Normal" style setting in MS Word. To change the format of the font in MS Word follow the instructions below:
Write-N-Cite III is a plug-in that works with both the Windows and Macintosh versions of Microsoft Word. The following instructions are based on MS Word 2007 and 2008 for Windows:
There may be times when you simply need to produce a bibliography -- outside of a formal paper. This is easily accomplished in RefWorks: