Unformatted text preview: number in the header, and the indent of the first line of the paragraph, which is a ½ inch. Here is what it looks like when there are no extra spaces between paragraphs. Please also notice that the title is not underlined, it’s not in bold, and it look no different than the type in the paragraph. Oh, and when you’re inserting the page number in the header, make sure you use the insert function for the page number. If you just type a ‘1’ every page will be #1; you actually have to insert a page number so it knows to increase the number for each page. Aside from that, you will most likely have to change the margins, most word processing programs have a 1 ¼ inch margin as default, and certainly with Microsoft Word, you will have to change the font as well. You may want to simply reset the defaults on your word processing program to these specifications so you no longer have to think about it for our class. It’s up to you....
View Full Document
- Fall '08
- English, Times New Roman, Word processor, page number, extra spaces