You'll need to install RefWorks for Google or Write-n-Cite for Word based on where you write your papers.
RefWorks for Google Docs is a plugin for Google Docs that lets you run a simplified version of RefWorks inside of Google Docs. RefWorks for Google Docs enables you to access and cite your references while working in Google Docs.
Select the reference and select Cite this. When you do, two things are added to your document:
If you delete a citation, select Update document from the configuration menu to update the bibliography.
Write-N-Cite is a plugin for Microsoft Word that lets you run a simplified version of RefWorks inside of Word. Write-N-Cite enables you to access and cite your references while working in Word, even if you are currently offline.
Be sure you download the correct version based on your operating system (Mac vs Windows) and version of Office.
When you open Microsoft Word, if you did not log out after your last session, you are still logged in. If not, select Log In from the RefWorks ribbon to log into RefWorks. If someone else was logged into this instance of Word, select Switch Accounts to log out and log back into your account.
To insert a bibliography that includes all Write-N-Cite managed entities in your document, select Bibliography Options > Insert Bibliography.