Some output styles, such as Chicago, prefer the use of footnotes and endnotes instead of in-text citations and a bibliography. You can also use RefWorks Write-N-Cite with these styles.
Make sure the output style you select to format your paper is able to handle footnote and endnote formatting. Generally, you'll see the word Notes in the title of the output style. This is a good indicator that the style will create footnotes, however there are a few exceptions where it does not specifically indicate in the title that the style will create footnotes. MLA is an example of a style that will create both in-text citations and footnotes within the same output style.
Footnotes are placed at the bottom of the page on which the reference appears.
Endnotes are similar to footnotes but instead of being added to the bottom of each page they are grouped together at the end of the document.
RefWorks does not actually create the endnote or footnote in the document, but is used to insert and format the citations. You create an endnote or footnote using your word processor.
To create an endnote or footnote in Word with Write-N-Cite (Office 2007 or 2010):