There is a Find duplicates function on the Tools menu. This allows you to search your library for duplicate documents which you may wish to remove. There are 2 choices, an Exact match or a Close match. Removing any duplicates will assist with bibliographies as they will not then contain duplicate references. it is therefore a good idea to de-duplicate from time to time.
RefWorks has a bookmark tool to save references from a webpage. On the RefWorks Tools menu, click on Save References on the Web and install the bookmark tool on your web browser.
As an example, go to the BBC news website and then click on a story.
Click on the Save to RefWorks bookmark on your web browser toolbar. A window will open up on the left of the screen showing the links appearing on the webpage in a list. Tick the box next to any references you wish to import and then click Save to RefWorks. You can then click View in RefWorks and put the reference(s) into a folder.
You download this add-in on to your computer from the insert menu in Word. Click on Insert and then Store and search for RefWorks. It works within Microsoft Word 2016 and above to allow you to insert citations and create bibliographies in Word documents. You can watch a YouTube video on some of the features of RefWorks Citation Manager.
This allows you to cite references and create bibliographies in texts.
You can download it onto Word on your computer from the RefWorks tools menu.
Please note: There are different versions of the plug in so they may work slightly differently depending on which version you are using. Sometimes there is a RefWorks tab in Word from where you can login to RefWorks. For troubleshooting issues see Refworks guidance or contact RefWorks Support .