Answered By: Mavis Klemcke
Last Updated: Nov 01, 2019     Views: 0

First – find out what version of Word you have. This may be under File-Account-About Word, or it might be under Help-About Word. 

  1. I have Word for Office 365 

  1. Unfortunately, the University’s IT Department has disabled plugins, so if you’re using the University subscription to Microsoft Office, you cannot install RefWorks for Word. 

  1. If you have a personal Office 365 subscription, you go to the Microsoft Word Store inside Microsoft Word’s “Insert” menu and download “RefWorks Citation Manager” 

  1. You can use Google Docs Add-in, find information in the “Tools” section of RefWorks 

  1. Or you can grab in-text citations and bibliographies from RefWorks’ online interface to copy/paste into Word. 

  1. I have Word 2016 

  1. Go to the Microsoft Word Store, which you can find inside Microsoft Word’s “Insert” menu. Download “RefWorks Citation Manager” 

  1. I have an older version of Word  

  1. Go to the “Tools” menu inside your RefWorks account to find and download “Write-n-Cite" for your version of Word. 

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