These steps will only work if you used the Microsoft Word References toolbar to create your references. If you created your references manually, please see the suggestions below this list of instructions
2. Next, click Browse.
3. The window that opens up contains your source file–for example, Sources.xml.
4. From here, you can copy the file and paste to another location (e.g. desktop) that will be easier for you to upload to RefWorks.
5. Next, log in to your RefWorks account.
6. On the RefWorks toolbar select References and choose Import from the dropdown menu.
7. On the Import References box choose MSWordSourcesXML in the Import Filter/Data Source dropdown list. The database should automatically read the same but if it does not, please choose MSWordSourcesXML.
8. Click the Choose File button to upload the Sources file you saved from Microsoft Word in Step 4.
Select file and click OK.
9. Click Import
10. The citations you created in MS Word will be imported into RefWorks.
Click on View Last Imported Folder to view the citations.
It is possible to import references that were manually added in Word into RefWorks. Suggested techniques for doing this are as follows:
It is difficult to say which method is the best or most efficient for an individual as it will vary depending on his/her catalogue searching, typing, and technological skills. Generally, most users find that a combination of options 1 and 2 work well for them.