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Importing from ACM Digital Library to RefWorks
To import from the ACM Digital Library, export the citation as BibTex (pop-up appears) and download the file from the link at the bottom right of the pop-up.
Open Refworks. Select References >> Import. Change the filter to BibTex from the drop-down list and ACM Digital Library from the Database list that results. Choose the file you saved from ACM and import.
Create a personal database of references that can be organized, formatted, and shared easily. References can be imported directly from databases or text files. Generate bibliographies in hundred of styles or use Write-n-Cite to automatically insert references into your Word document.
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