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I have bibliographies in Microsoft Word documents, PDFs, and other text files. Can I import them into my Zotero library?
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Zotero has only limited support for creating citation for US and UK legal cases and legislation. Support for legal citations from other jurisdictions is even more limited. For legal scholars or researchers making heavy source of legal sources, we recommend considering Juris-M, a community-driven unofficial version of Zotero specifically designed for compliance with legal citation requirements.
For more information concerning legal citations using OSCOLA and Zotero, see [here].
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If you want to back up your Zotero data specifically, locate your Zotero data, close Zotero, and copy your data directory (the entire directory, including storage and the other subdirectories) to a backup location, preferably on another storage device. As with all important data, it is a good idea to back up your Zotero data frequently.
Warning: Zotero lets you export your Zotero library as a Zotero RDF file. However, exporting and importing your library via RDF won't result in an exact copy of your library, and it isn't recommended as a backup strategy.
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Migrating RefWorks to Zotero
Approach 1: Migration of all your RefWorks references to Zotero in one go:
NOTE 1: RefWorks provides reference exports as.txt files. You may find that if you click to save the file it instead opens in your browser, showing the plain text of your reference export file. If this happens, you can just use the ‘File’ menu of your browser to save a copy of the page asa.txt file to your computer.
NOTE 2: We recommend that you check through your references to ensure no details have been lost during the export process. You can use Zotero Desktop to correct any errors.
Approach 2: Maintain your RefWorks folder structure when migrating to Zotero:
NOTE: You will need to repeat steps 1 - 9 for each RefWorks folder you intend to migrate to Zotero
NOTE: Attachments in RefWorks will not be exported into Zotero. You will need to save these individually to your computer and then import them into Zotero by dragging the PDF to the appropriate citation or adding it as an attachment to the citation!