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How do I make an annotated bibliography in RefWorks?

Last Updated: Jul 01, 2013  |  40 Views

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Once your articles are imported into RefWorks, choose the "Create Bibliography" button and in the pop-up window, click "Manage Output Styles." Highlight a style like MLA Annotated or APA Annotated and use the green arrows to place it in your favorites. Close that pop-up window, and use the drop-down menu to select the Output Style you need. Then choose the references to include and the desired file type, and click "Create Bibliography."

To annotate your bibliography, choose the option to save it as a Word file (you may have Allow Popups). Go into Word and add a paragraph under each citation summarizing its content and relevance to your assignment.

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