Most article databases have a link or button to add citations directly to RefWorks.
This link may be labeled "Export" or "Save" and generally you can import a set of citations all at once:
You may next get a screen that asks you if you want to export to Legacy RefWorks or New RefWorks.
Select New RefWorks.
You can check the "Don't ask me this again" box (at the bottom of the page) if you wish:
RefWorks has an easy to use tool that installs in any web browser called the Save to RefWorks button (aka "bookmarklet"). The Save to RefWorks button grabs information from any web page – in some cases a complete article – and adds it to your RefWorks library.
The RefWorks button is the best way to move citations from PubMed to RefWorks (see below)
To add the Save to RefWorks button to your browser, click on the More icon and select Tools. Simply drag the Save to RefWorks button to your browser's bookmarks toolbar. Once you’ve installed it, go to any web page and click the Save to RefWorks button to capture the information.
You can save a set of search results or an individual article - the choice is yours. You can easily edit metadata prior to importing into RefWorks.
Important: Make sure that your references are being saved as individual citations and not as a web page. Check your citations after they import into RefWorks.