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Creating a bibliography on the fly

From the menu, select Bibliography, then Create.


A lightbox will open. Select your prefered output style, and click on the "Format a Bibliography from a List of References" section. Select the file format you'd like your references to be created in (.txt, .ode, .doc, . html, or .rtf) and which references you'd like to include (all, those in My List, or a particular folder). Click Create Bibliography. Depending on the format you've selected, you will either be prompted to download the reference list (i.e. Word format), or the list will open in a new tab (HTML).




You can manually modify this reference list as necessary.


Not that the "Format Paper and Bibliography" feature (in orange) is used in conjunction with either Write-N-Cite or One Line Cite. It requires in-text citations to be formatted in a special code in your paper. When your paper is complete and saved, you can upload your paper using this link. Once formatted, the special code will be removed making your in-text citations appear normal and a bibliography will be appended to the end of your paper. To use this feature, check out the instructions for Write-N-Cite or One Line Cite.

 


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