Guess what? I just found another way to indicate indent line of the citations in your Works Cited list yesterday, and it was so cool and simple.
Usually, to indent, we have to do many steps manually: entering the second line, pressing Tab button, and modifying other lines if any. Sounds complicated, right?
Now, there’s a new way to do it.
Let’s suppose you have this citation:
It’s not in the correct format yet. The correct form is the second line (if any) has to be indented and so is the rest. So, what do we do now?
- Highlight the citation → Choose “Line spacing and Paragraph” option on the tool bar → Click on “Line Spacing Options…”
- A box of line spacing options will appear. Focus on “Indentation” and “Special” part.
- Choose “Hanging” in the “Special” part, click OK
- And the result will be like this. Beautifully!
You can practice on lab class on Wednesday. Ask me if you have any questions.