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Paragraph Formatting
Used to indicate a new paragraph and offset long quotes.
Line spacing
Can be set for single, one and a half lines, double or triple.
Borders and shading
Used together or separately to emphasize a specific textual element in a document.
Used to list items. Used when the items are non-sequential.
Used to list items. Used for procedural lists that must be accomplished in a specific order.
Hanging Indent
Most often used in reference materials. First line begins at the left margin and all remaining lines of the paragraph are indented five spaces.
Used to add reference and commentary information to textual content. Placed on a seperate Work Cited page.
Source references that are placed at the bottom of the same page and are indicated by a superscripted number or symbol within the document.
Cut and paste
A tool used in paragraph formatting that allows the user to move text from one location to another.
Paragraph headings
Placed at the beginning of a paragraph in bold font to give the reader a quick idea about the content of the paragraph.
Used to align and organize data into groups and subgroups.
Word Wrap
Automatic continuation of text from line to line.
Used to arrange text in columns and rows and are helpful in presenting, organizing and clarifying information.