Answered By: Rachel Lerner
Last Updated: Jul 21, 2021     Views: 4

This FAQ is about the New (Blue) version of RefWorks, released to Quinnipiac in 2020. If you are currently using the Legacy (Orange) version of RefWorks, please consider migrating to the newer, more full-featured version, using these instructions. Information about the Legacy version can be found here.  


Putting page numbers into your in-text citations in RefWorks Citation Manager is a cinch, once you know how to do it!

Make sure that you have RefWorks Citation Manager installed into your version of Word. If you need to download it, visit this tutorial for Macs, and this tutorial for Windows.


To add page numbers to the reference before inserting it:

1. Place your cursor in the document where you would like to insert the citation. Select the reference in the RefWorks Citation Manager toolbar, and then select Preview & Edit - the option will appear when you select the reference.


2. The Preview & Edit pane appears. The full reference information appears at the bottom.

3. Use the suffix box to add your page numbers to the reference. Check the in-text preview at the top of the box to make sure it is correct. When you have completed your changes, select Insert Citation. An inline citation is added, as well as a bibliography entry.


To learn more about RefWorks, consult this guide:

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