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How do I use superscript numbers to reference my sources in RefWorks?

Last Updated: Apr 02, 2015  |  452 Views
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Write-N-Cite formats your bibliography based on your chosen citation style, called an output style in RefWorks.

If you've chosen a citation style that uses subscript numbers, your paper will automatically include these:

If you wish to modify an output style to include these, you can do so by navigating to Tools > Output Style Editor in RefWorks. Choose the style you wish to edit, choose "Save As" to make a copy, then choose Edit. 

Under the In-Text Citation tab you can select subscript or superscript and make any additional modification you need:

More FAQs relating to RefWorks are available here.

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