If you are unable to download and install Write-N-Cite on your computer, you may use the Citeicon in RefWorks to create in-text citations.
While the interface is very different from previous versions of Write-N-Cite, we think you'll find this version much easier to work with. Changes include:
Write-N-Cite 4 can be downloaded from within your RefWorks account by going to the Tools menu.
A lightbox will open. In addition to compatibility information and a download link, you will be given a login code.
If you don't know your institution's group code, please copy this login code to your clipboard:
Once WNC has been installed, it will automatically appear in your Word toolbar. To login, select the active icon (small icon of a person), then either paste the login code you copied earlier, OR enter your group code, username, and password as usual.
Please note: your account may take a few minutes to sync, especially if you have a lot of output styles on your Favorites List. To speed up this process, we recommend you keep your Favorites List short. You can manage your Favorites List using the Output Style Manager under the Bibliography menu in your RefWorks account.
Once your account has synced, you are now ready to use WNC4! If you ever close the WNC4 toolbar, you can reopen it in Word by going to View > Toolbars > Write-N-Cite.Working with WNC
When you select Insert or Edit a citation, a window will appear with many more options:
Write-N-Cite will automatically insert the appropriate fields for your chosen style, but you can override these settings by editing a reference:
If your chosen style has a rule about which order citations should appear in, they will be placed in that order. If you need to change the order, tick "Override default ordering" at the bottom. You can then use the arrows to re-order your citations.