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New Perspectives Word 2016 Module 2: Textbook Project 2.2 shantiah davis SUBMISSION #1 | SCORE IS: 81 OUT OF 100 GE Ver 6.43 1. Reviewing the MLA Style To begin applying MLA formatting to the document. 9/9 2. Indenting a Paragraph To indent the first line of each paragraph. 9/9 3. Inserting and Modifying Page Numbers To add page numbers to the research paper. 9/9 4. Creating Citations and a Bibliography To select a style for the citation and bibliography. 9/9 To edit the citation. 9/9 To insert two more citations. 9/9 To insert a manual page break. 9/9 To insert the bibliography. 9/9 Textbook
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To edit a source in the research paper. 9/9 To update the bibliography. The bibliography field should be updated to reflect the edit to the Brower source. 0/9 To format the bibliography as an MLA style works cited list. The ''Works Cited'' heading should be formatted using 2.0 line spacing. 0/10
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Shantiah Davis Professor Serena Cho Architecture 400: History of Ancient Architecture April 5, 2017 A Brief History of Ancient Architecture Throughout history, wherever people have lived on Earth, they have had to find or create shelter. Thus, the history of architecture is the history of humanity. Starting with the earliest settlements built by Neolithic cultures in 10,000 BCE, humans have sought to create pleasant, useful structures in which to live and work. The more we know about these structures, the more we know about humanity itself. In this paper, I will present a brief history of ancient architecture from around the world, starting with Neolithic constructions, and continuing on through the ritualistic buildings of the
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