You Can Now Attach Documents in RefWorks

The new “Attachments” feature allows users to attach non-bibliographic information to their references, much like attaching files to an email message. With the release of this feature, RefWorks users have the ability to organize and store images and documents within their personal database. A variety of information can be “attached” to a RefWorks record including images, compounds, formulas, and spreadsheets to name a few. Check out tutorial at:

http://info.csa.com/refworks/attachment_feature/preview.shtml

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