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moving_to_zotero [2018/06/12 11:10]
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moving_to_zotero [2018/06/12 11:11]
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   * [[kb/​importing_records_from_endnote|Endnote]]   * [[kb/​importing_records_from_endnote|Endnote]]
   * [[kb/​import-from-citavi|Citavi]]   * [[kb/​import-from-citavi|Citavi]]
-  * [[kb/​importing_formatted_bibliographies|Microsoft Word+  * [[kb/​importing_formatted_bibliographies|Microsoft Word Bibliography XML]]
   * [[kb/​importing_formatted_bibliographies|Plain text reference lists]]   * [[kb/​importing_formatted_bibliographies|Plain text reference lists]]
   * [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|Bib(La)TeX]]   * [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|Bib(La)TeX]]
   * [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|JabRef]]   * [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|JabRef]]
  
-You can also import from other tools, such as Reference Manager, RefWorks, Papers, Google Scholar Library, ReadCube, etc., by exporting to a [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|standardized reference format]], such as RIS, BibTeX, CSL JSON, or XML and then importing into Zotero by clicking File → “Import…” and choose "A file"​. ​+You can also import from other tools, such as Reference Manager, RefWorks, Papers, Google Scholar Library, ReadCube, etc., by exporting to a [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|standardized reference format]], such as RIS, BibTeX, ​or CSL JSON, and then importing into Zotero by clicking File → “Import…” and choose "A file"​. ​
  
 A full list of file formats Zotero can import is available [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|here]]. A full list of file formats Zotero can import is available [[kb/​importing_standardized_formats|here]].
moving_to_zotero.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/12 11:11 by bwiernik