A document you can use to communicate the results of research findings.
2 Popular Styles of Research Papers
Modern Language Association of America (MLA) and American Psychological Association (APA)
The bibliographic list of sources at the end of a paper.
The amount of vertical space between lines of text in a paragraph.
The amount of space above and below a paragraph.
The amountof vertical space betwen each line of text and above and below paragraphs is equal to one blank line.
Text and graphics that print at the top of each page in a document.
Text and graphics that print at the bottom of each page in a document.
At the right margin.
Click and Type
You double click a blank area of the document window, and Word automatically formats the item you enter according to the location where you just double clicked.
The ruler which displays at the top edge of the document window just below the Ribbon.
The ruler which displays along the left edge of the Word window.
First Line Indent Marker
The top triangle at the 0" mark on the ruler.
Automatically corrects typing, spelling, grammar, and capitalization errors as you type them in the document.
Note Reference Mark
A signal that an explanatory note exists.
An explanatory note at the bottom of the page.
An explanatory note at the end of the document.
Automatic (Soft) Page Break
A page break with Word automatically inserts.
Works Cited Page
A list of sources that are referenced directly in a research paper.
Manual (Hard) Page Break
A page break you force into the document at a specific location.
An alphabetic list of sources.
An indent in which the first line hangs to the left of the rest of the paragraph.
Hanging Indent Marker
The bottom triangle at the 0" mark on the ruler.
To look for grammatical and spelling errors in a document.
Drag and Drop Editing
To move text, you drag the selected text to a new location, and then drop it there.
A temporary Windows storage area.
The process of copying an item from the clipboard into the document at the location of the insertion point.
Removing the selected item from the document and then placing it on the Clipboard.