you have populated your folders with references, you may copy
references to another folder and have them available in both
places. You may also edit references to eliminate duplicates
and typographical errors (diacritical marks, superscripts,
subscripts, etc.), and correct misidentified records (e.g.
an edited book entered as a book). Adding your own keywords,
notes and reminders to references is a handy option in RefWorks.
more error-free your RefWorks database, the more you can rely
on it to create accurate references in your research papers.
These small but necessary editing tasks are demonstrated in
the screen-captured movies in this module.
on removing and deleting references
Removing a reference gets rid of it only from the folder in which removal
was done. If the same reference was copied to another folder, it remains
in that folder. If there is only one instance of a reference (and no copies
of it in other folders), it is effectively deleted.
Deleting a reference scours through all your folders and gets rid of every
occurence of that reference. Deleting should be used carefully.
Your Comments to References (1:06)
and Deleting Duplicates (1:11)