Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Tech Tuesday: Hanging Indents

Tis the season for research papers and along with them work cited entries. If you rather not use Noodle Tools to create your bibliography, you may need today's tech tip to help in formating a work cited page.

The second line of an MLA citation needs to indent but when the tab key is used the entire citation moves to the right, causing many students anquish and frustration.

Use a "hanging indent" not the tab key when using MS Word 2010 to indent the second line of your citation entry. Watch this short video and save yourself valuable time with this simple how to video.

Courtesy of DeIong Science and You Tube

You're only a few clicks away from formating the perfect citation!

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