Click the blue Export/Print icon button at the top of the screen.
Select a file format option from the menu:style="padding: 15px; border: 5px solid rgb(221, 221, 221); text-align: center;" width="150px;"Print/Export to Word
|Print/Export to Word||Creates a Word (.docx) document that you can download and open in Word Online, Microsoft Word or Apple Pages.|
|Print/Export as RTF||Creates an RTF file, which can also be opened in most word processing programs.|
|Print/Export to Google Docs||>Creates a Google Doc in your Google Drive. You may be prompted to select your Google account.|
|Preview as Web Page (HTML)||Opens your source list as a web page.|
|Formatting Options||Options to change the formatting of your sources list before exporting. See step 4 below.|
Important note: If selecting an option above does not generate the file, be sure that your browser does not have a pop-up blocker enabled that would prevent a new window from opening.
If you select "Formatting Options..." a panel opens. Click the formatting option you want and read the instructions on the panel to make adjustments. See also "How to change formatting options like the page header and source list title."
To add the source list to your research paper, copy and paste the source list to the end of your research paper. It is customary to begin your source list on a new page, not on the last page of your research paper.
To print the source list, after the source list is exported in your word processor, print it using the program's "Print" command. Do not print the list in the "Preview as Web Page (HTML)" version because the web page uses only a close approximation of the correct spacing and formatting.