When you install Zotero Desktop on your computer, the Word Plugin should automatically install on your computer. The Zotero tab appears in Word when you open a new Word document. if this does not happen automatically you can install the Word plugin manually:
See Zotero Word Plugin.
Yes, it is t possible to duplicate a record in your library. You might have a need for this if, for example, you want to have separate records for different sections or chapters of the same book.
To duplicate a record:
UCL does not have an institutional subscription to Zotero. Some Faculties make their own arrangement to provide their researchers with a Cloud storage on Zotero.
Zotero provides 300MB of free online storage to synchronise your Zotero files and libraries. You can upgrade your Zotero Storage plan and purchase more space by selecting the Upgrade Storage button on the Zotero website.
You can always save an unlimited number of files to your local Zotero library, with or without Zotero Storage.
You can replace the UCL email address with another one.
Yes, you can. However Zotero can't directly import “.enl” EndNote libraries, so the first step is exporting your library from EndNote.
EndNote to Zotero
To export your EndNote library for use in Zotero:
Although many citation styles do this automatically, some journals use 'Title Case' and others use 'Sentence Case' in how they publish journal articles. We recommend that you standardise the titles in your bibliography.
To do this, right-click on the title field, you can change 'Transform the Text' and Change the case:
It's only possible to export some types of reference from Law databases:
Yes it is possible, to view to which collections you have added your references:
if you are using a PC or laptop:
If you are using a Mac:
You can drag-and-drop PDF files into 'My Library' in Zotero and if you have checked the 'Automatically retrieve metadata for PDFs' option in Zotero preferences, Zotero will find the metadata and create a bibliographic reference for the PDF.