The instructions for exporting your citations are dependent on which version you are currently using. This table will help you identify your software version. Identifying characteristics of the two versions of RefWorks
After March 31, 2021 you cannot continue to work on existing documents using RefWorks' Write-n-Cite.
You do not need to change your in-text citations if you are actively working on a deadline for a paper, grant, dissertation, or thesis which you will complete before March 31, 2021
However, if this is not the case, Zotero, Mendeley, and EndNote have Microsoft Office Add-ins similar to Write-n-Cite.
Steps to take when you switch from RefWorks Write-n-Cite to another citation manager's Microsoft Office Add-in:
Save your document.
Create a duplicate copy.
Remove the Write-n-Cite field codes from your copy.
Replace each citation using your new citation manager's Microsoft Office Add-in. To keep track of where you are in the document, leave both citations (from RefWorks and from your new citation manager) until you have completed the document.
When you have added all the citations with your new citation manager, use Ctrl+F to search for )( to find each pair of identical citations and delete the RefWorks citation from each pair.
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