New Write-n-Cite 4 version available

refworks-small-logoRefworks have announced the release of a new version of ProQuest for Word (PQFW), previously Write-n-Cite 4 (WNC).

This latest version of PQFW for both Windows (v. 4.4.1272) and Mac (v. 4.4.1225) resolves the following feature and formatting issues:

  •  Deleted references no longer download to your local database
  •  When Auto Sync option is selected, it remains selected unless de-selected by user
  • Documents with citations inserted using One Line Cite View (RefWorks users only) will automatically be converted for use with PQFW 4 and above
  • Folder names with Asian characters now sync correctly
  • Paragraph spacing will no longer be changed when using a style that contains stylized text such as italic, bold, etc.
  • Extra spaces appearing in text citations after formatting papers
  • MLA title casing issue
  • MLA bibliography sorting issue
  • MLA footnote citation issue
  • Appending of alphabetic characters in the cases of ambiguous in text citations
  • Erroneous HTML coding showing in text citations: for example (Gelormino  Ricker 1994)
  • Footnote citation editing issue
  • Issue with citing 3 in text citations on one line
  • In-text citation inserting and changing it into a footnote in certain styles will no longer change the footnote to appear in superscript
  • Changing output formats from one style to another no longer incorrectly formats the in text citations as superscript
  • Preferred version settings display properly when using internet Explorer

Go to the Refworks Community for news of product updates, helpful how-to videos, and more …

The Medical Library Team


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Medical Library, University of Aberdeen

The team in the Medical Library at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland

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