This page covers Legacy Refworks.
When using Microsoft Word, you may need to login to RefWorks with the University of Delaware Library Group Code.
If you do not know the Group Code, go to the Library home page and select Ask a Librarian. Be sure to identify yourself as a UD student, faculty, or staff.
If there is no librarian available, there is another login option that does not require the Group Code:
In your RefWorks account, select Tools, Write-N-Cite.
Copy the code in the box on the top right of the download screen,and paste it in the login screen.
Later, contact Ask a Librarian to get the group code.
For information about APA rules on in-text citations and references, see the resources on this guide:
Write-N-Cite is the RefWorks tool the inserts in-text citations and creates bibliographies or reference lists. Write-N-Cite needs to be downloaded to whatever computer you are using to write your paper.
From the top menu, select Tools, Write-N-Cite
Select Write-N-Cite 4 for either Windows or Mac
Download /install the application.
When you next open Microsoft Word, there will be a new tab called RefWorks (Windows) or a new toolbar (Mac).
Open Word. Select the tab called RefWorks for PC or a new blank toolbar for Mac.
Select Log In from the top menu.
Select your citation style from the Style dropdown menu.
With your cursor at the point where you need to insert an in-text citation, select Insert Citation, then Insert New.
Select your folder. Highlight the author/article. Click OK.
Note: Preview Citation will show exactly what will be inserted.
With your cursor at the top of a blank page, select Bibliography Options, then Insert Bibliography from the top menu.
If submitting your paper electronically, remove the RefWorks/Write-N-Cite field codes. Be sure to save a copy of your document with the codes so you will be able to edit the paper later.
Select: Remove Field Codes from the top menu of the RefWorks tab in Microsoft Word.
B.A., History. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 1973.
M.S., Library Science. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 1981.