anonymous
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How do you start a research paper word document use in academic environment
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Research your topic, create a word document and start typing. Not a difficult topic to grasp here. And use in an acedemic environment? This is a question full of questions my friend.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is part of my individual work assignment and I needed to know how to start this research.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Google. What are you researching exactly?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, now I need to know what do it mean by, hanging indentions?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Google. Press "tab" at the begginingh of your sentence. Im not going to walk you through this -_- just google your question and it will come up.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
No prob=)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Generally, your research paper's structure will be guided by your citation style. For the most part, you will have a title page and a list of references/works cited, and will double-space your content.

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