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Exporting citations to RefWorks
Saving PubMed search results to RefWorks:
From any PubMed search results page, select the citations you wish to export to RefWorks by clicking the checkbox next to the title
Click on the Send to button at the top of the search results list
In the Send to menu select Clipboard and then click Send Warning: The Clipboard is temporary storage and will be erased as soon as you end your PubMed session. Be sure to export your Clipboard contents before you close PubMed. Note: You can also export citation directly from your search results page by selecting Citation Manager instead of Clipboard
When you are ready to export to RefWorks, click on the Clipboard link under the search box
From the Clipboard click on the Send to button at the top left
In the Send to menu select Citation manager
The Selection menu should show All results
If you wish to export only certain citations, select the citations of interest and change the Selection menu to Selection.
Click Create File
Save the pubmed-*.nbib file to your computer (*stands for an 8-digit identifier for your file)
In RefWorks click the (Add a reference) icon at the upper left
Select Import references
Under Import from a file click select a file from your computer.
Navigate to the pubmed-*.nbib file and select it.
RefWorks should automatically identify this as an NLM PubMed file. If not, search for NLM PubMed format. Click Import.