Write-N-Cite III for Windows with Off-line Capabilities
RefWorks is pleased to inform you that Write-N-Cite III for Windows has completed beta testing and a final release version is now available for downloading. This optional plug-in provides you with single document formatting (and unformatting) as well as the ability to write and format a paper completely offline! Simply download your RefWorks database from within Write-N-Cite while online, then feel free to disconnect from the internet. Full Write-N-Cite functionality is available – inserting temporary citation placeholders, viewing reference information, using the citation editor – even formatting your paper in the output style you choose. All without accessing the internet. Download the new Write-N-Cite III for Windows from within your RefWorks account by selecting Tools, Write-N-Cite.
For details on using Write-N-Cite III for Windows online, see the RefWorks Basics tutorial section Using Write-N-Cite III for Windows or see the online help section Working with Write-N-Cite III for Windows. For details on working offline, see the online help section Writing Your Paper Offline and the Advanced Features Tutorial on Working Offline. Additionally, view a preview of Write-N-Cite III for Windows
Write-N-Cite v2.5 for Mac is Now Available
The latest Mac version of Write-N-Cite is fully available. This version 2.5 works with Microsoft Word 2008 for Mac and the Leopard operating system and has the same features as the current Write-N-Cite for Mac (citation editing, two document format, etc.). Download the new version from within your RefWorks account by selecting Tools, Write-N-Cite.
Attachment Feature Available to All Users
RefWorks has made it’s attachment feature available to all users that are part of a subscribing organization. Users receive 100 MB of default storage space (which can be increased to a maximum of 200 MB by your local RefWorks Administrator). Now it’s even easier to store your research documents along with your references! You can attach any type of file – the only requirement is that you have the software necessary to view the attachment. For information on how to attach files to references, see the Online help section Adding References Manually or review the RefWorks Basics tutorial section Entering References Manually.