Answered By: Rachel Lerner Last Updated: Mar 25, 2015 Views: 68
Putting page numbers into your in-text citations in Refworks is a cinch, once you know how to do it!
Open your word document and make sure your Refworks toolbar is open (Macs) or navigate to the Refworks tab (PC).
Select your output style.
- Use the Insert Citation dropdown to select the citation you wish to add
- DO NOT use your quick list; instead always use the “insert other citation” option at the bottom of the list.
- Select the article you wish to reference.
- Where you put your page numbers will depend on the output style you have selected. I am using APA 6 in this example, and page numbers come at the end of the in-text citation. Therefore, I will use the suffix field to enter every character I wish to appear after the year. (You don’t need to worry about the parenthesis. This changes automatically for you.) Don’t forget your commas!
- Save the citation.
Once you save the citation, it will appear in-text with the page number, and it will not disappear every time you add an additional citation or refresh the bibliography.
To learn more about Refworks, visit: http://libraryguides.quinnipiac.edu/NetterRefworks