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There are several ways you can save a document in the Opposing Viewpoints database. There are 2 menus that you can use (shown below) located near the top of the screen.
The Cite option allows you to export the citation information and link to RefWorks.
The Send To option allows you to send the article in an email or save it to your Google or One Drive.
The Download option allows you to download the article to your computer or external drive.
The Print option will format the article for better printing.
To cite a source from Opposing Viewpoints, click on the "Cite" button.
From the citation box, you can select the citation style and copy the citation or export it to Refworks.
If you email a source from Opposing Viewpoints, the MLA citation information will be at the bottom of your email.
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