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Format a research project
Instructors who have special needs regarding the formats of their research should review them before they prepare their work. If you are submitting your work, be sure to keep a safe copy. With the exception of the current header (see below), let up and down and on both sides of the text edges of one inches.
When submitting a hard copy over 8½ x 11 inch, do not place the text in an area greater than 6½ x 9 inch. Select a font that is easy to read (Times New Roman is just one example), where the normal font style differs significantly from the italics, and put it on a default font such as 12 dots.
Don't excuse the text on the right side; switch off automated syllabification in your writing app. The whole research document with quotes, memos and the quoted works is in two rows. The first line of a section should be indented half an inches from the lefthand edge. Enter your name, your teacher's name, course number and date in different rows, separating the two of them.
Centre the track on a new two-line line (Fig. 1). Please do not emphasize or emphasize your titles, put them in inverted commas or bold or write them in all uppercase italics. Don't use a dot after your name or after a headline in the document (e.g. "Quoted Works").
Start your text in a new, two-line line after the heading, with the first line of the section half an inenth. Research does not usually require a cover page, but if it is a group research you should make a cover page and enumerate all contributors on it instead of in the headline on page 1 of your work.
When your Tutor needs a cover page instead of or in conjunction with the headers, please reformat it according to the directions you have received. Numerate all pages in the top right of the page, half an inches from the top and aligned with the right edge.
Their write utility will probably allow you to build such a current header that will appear on every page of the site as well. At the end of the work, the quoted works are listed after all end notes. If, for example, the text of your research (including any endnotes) ends on page 10, the quoted works will begin on page 11.
Centre the caption, Works Cited, one centimetre from the top of the page (Fig. 3). If there is only one item in the playlist, make the headline Work Cited.) Duplicate the distance between the item and the first item. Start each input concisely with the lefthand edge; if an input is more than one line, move the next line or rows half an inches from the lefthand edge.
It is sometimes referred to as a suspended indent, and you can configure your writing application to generate it for a group of paragraphs as well. Usually a spreadsheet is referred to as a spreadsheet, given an Arabian number and caption. Enter both the labels and headings left-justified in seperate rows above the spreadsheet and capitalise them as headings (not all uppercase letters).
Specify the name of the data sources and all comments directly below the data tables in a heading. In order to prevent mix-ups between text annotations and spreadsheet annotations, do not mark annotations for the spreadsheet with numbers, but with asterisks. "Usually a tag and caption appear directly below the image and have the same 1" edges as the text on the document (Fig. 5).
When the caption of a spreadsheet or image provides full information about the sources and the sources are not quoted in the text, no entries are required for the sources in the work citation listv. "Usually a tag and a caption appear directly below the example and have the same 1" edges as the text on the document (Fig. 6).
When you are going to use your printer with your own printer, use only good-grade, 8½ by 11-inch blank media. When you are missing 8 by 11-inch 6-by-files, select the next possible tray sizes. While some teachers like to have documents on one page because they are easy to view, others allow them to be used on both sides to conserve it.
Read and revise your research before you submit it. Don't use the borders or make a modification under the affected row. Sides of a print research project can be mislaid or deleted if they remain unbound or are just hinged down at one edge. A lot of people like to secure a piece of work with a plain staple that is easy to remove and restore.
When asked to send in your work online, your instructor will provide you with guidance on how to format, how to send it (e.g. by email, on a website), etc. and keep a close eye on it.