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The body of a footnote, such as this example, uses the Normal text style. (Note: If you delete this sample footnote, don’t forget to delete its in-text reference as well. That’s at the end of the sample Heading 2 paragraph on the first page of body content in this template.)]
8.4 - QUIZ: KNOWLEDGE CHECK7TablesTable 1[Table Title]Column HeadColumn HeadColumn HeadColumn HeadColumn HeadRow Head123123123123Row Head456456456456Row Head789789789789Row Head123123123123Row Head456456456456Row Head789789789789Note: [Place all tables for your paper in a tables section, following references (and, if applicable,footnotes). Start a new page for each table, include a table number and table title for each, as shown on this page. All explanatory text appears in a table note that follows the table, such as this one. Use the Table/Figure style, available on the Home tab, in the Styles gallery, to get the spacing between table and note. Tables in APA format can use single or 1.5 line spacing. Include a heading for every row and column, even if the content seems obvious. A default table style has been setup for this template that fits APA guidelines. To insert a table, on the Insert tab,click Table.]
8.4 - QUIZ: KNOWLEDGE CHECK8Figures title:Category 1Category 2Category 3Category 40123456Series 1Series 2Series 3Figure 1. [Include all figures in their own section, following references (and footnotes and tables,if applicable). Include a numbered caption for each figure. Use the Table/Figure style for easy spacing between figure and caption.]For more information about all elements of APA formatting, please consult the APA Style Manual, 6th Edition.