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 ==== Citations inserted using a reference manager ==== ==== Citations inserted using a reference manager ====
-For Microsoft Word "​.docx"​ documents with Zotero or Mendeley citation fields that were inserted with the Word plugins from these reference managers, you can use [[http://​rintze.zelle.me/​ref-extractor/​|Reference Extractor]].+For Microsoft Word "​.docx"​ documents with Zotero or Mendeley citation fields that were inserted with the Word plugins from these reference managers, you can use [[https://​rintze.zelle.me/​ref-extractor/​|Reference Extractor]].
  
 If you still have the references in a reference manager, you can export them from this program to a file format for exchanging bibliographic metadata, such as RIS or BibTeX, and then [[adding_items_to_zotero:#​Importing_Records_from_Other_Reference_Tools|import this file]] into Zotero. If you still have the references in a reference manager, you can export them from this program to a file format for exchanging bibliographic metadata, such as RIS or BibTeX, and then [[adding_items_to_zotero:#​Importing_Records_from_Other_Reference_Tools|import this file]] into Zotero.
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   - Download this [[http://​www.k-jahn.de/​stuff/​bibtex.xsl|Word bibliography stylesheet]].   - Download this [[http://​www.k-jahn.de/​stuff/​bibtex.xsl|Word bibliography stylesheet]].
   - Save the stylesheet to Word's bibliography styles folder:   - Save the stylesheet to Word's bibliography styles folder:
-    ​//​Windows://​ <​code>​C:​\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\<​Office version>​\Bibliography\Style</​code>​ +    ​//Word 2016/​2019/​Office 365 for Windows:// ​<​code>​C:​\Users\<​currentusername>​\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Bibliography\Style</​code>​ 
-    ​//Mac:// Go to the Applications folder. Right-click on Microsoft Word and choose "Show Package Contents"​. Navigate to: <​code>​Content/​Resources/​Style</​code>​+    * //Word 2010 for Windows:// <​code>​C:​\Program Files\Microsoft Office\<​Office version>​\Bibliography\Style</​code>​ or <​code>​C:​\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\<​Office version>​\Bibliography\Style</​code>​ 
 +    ​//Mac:// Go to the Applications folder. Right-click on Microsoft Word and choose "Show Package Contents"​. Navigate to: <​code>​Content/​Resources/​Style</​code>​
   - In Word, change your bibliography style to "​BibTeX export"​ and copy the bibliography to the clipboard.   - In Word, change your bibliography style to "​BibTeX export"​ and copy the bibliography to the clipboard.
   - Use Zotero'​s [[kb:​import_from_clipboard|Import from Clipboard]] function.   - Use Zotero'​s [[kb:​import_from_clipboard|Import from Clipboard]] function.
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 ==== Plain-text citations and bibliographies ==== ==== Plain-text citations and bibliographies ====
-If the references have ISBNs, DOIs, or PubMed IDs, you can also use the [[:​adding_items_to_zotero#​add_item_by_identifier|Add Item by Identifier]] function in Zotero to quickly add these items to your Zotero library. 
  
-You can parse plain-text bibliography ​references ​using [[http://​anystyle.io|AnyStyle]],​ an online bibliography parser ​(written by a Zotero developer) that can be trained for improved results. Export parsed citations as BibTeX or CiteProc/JSON and import into Zotero. Additional plain-text reference parsers are listed below.+If the references have ISBNs, DOIs, or PubMed IDs, you can use the [[:​adding_items_to_zotero#​add_item_by_identifier|Add Item by Identifier]] function in Zotero to quickly add these items to your Zotero library. 
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 +If you have many references, you can use [[http://​anystyle.io|AnyStyle]], ​an online bibliography ​parser written by a Zotero developer. Export parsed citations as BibTeX or CSL-JSON and import ​them into Zotero.
  
 Otherwise, your best option is to find the items online in a repository that Zotero supports, or, as a last resort, manually enter the references. Otherwise, your best option is to find the items online in a repository that Zotero supports, or, as a last resort, manually enter the references.
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-//​Alternative plain-text reference parsers:// 
-  - [[http://​www.molspaces.com/​d_cb2bib-overview.php|cb2Bib]]:​ A tool that will take formatted references copied to the clipboard and attempts to parse them into BibTeX format, which Zotero can import. 
-  - [[http://​text2bib.economics.utoronto.ca/​|text2bib]]:​ A Web-based service by the economics department at the University of Toronto that can convert references in a text file to BibTeX format, which Zotero can import. 
-  - [[http://​freecite.library.brown.edu/​welcome|FreeCite]]:​ An open-source tool hosted by Brown University that converts formatted bibliographies to a format that the Zotero Connector browser plugin can detect. Import detected citations using the Zotero button in your browser toolbar. 
-  - [[http://​www.crossref.org/​SimpleTextQuery/​|Simple Text Query]]: A tool by CrossRef that tries to find the Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) of the journal articles, books, or chapters cited in a bibliography. If DOIs are found, you can follow the provided links to the publisher websites and import into Zotero. 
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