How do you indent the second part of a citation?
Hanging indents in Google Docs
- Highlight the citation(s) you want to indent. …
- Along the top menu, click on “Format,” then go down to “Align & indent,” then click on “Indentation options.”
- In the Indentation options menu, under “Special,” select “Hanging.”
- Click “Apply.”
Why can’t I indent in PowerPoint?
In order to control indents, you must first control the upper/lower triangles on the ruler, as well as the gaps between them. Simply drag the upper/lower triangle to the desired indentation location. You’ll need to hold down Ctrl while dragging one triangle to keep the other from moving.
Where would you click to indent the selected item?
Which shortcut key(s) would you press to indent the selected line? Select the Tab key to indent the selected line.
How do you indent the second line of a Citation MLA?
It’s easier done than said (works for Word on PC or MAC):
- Place your cursor at the beginning of your citation, and highlight it.
- Right click your mouse.
- Select Paragraph from the resulting pop up menu.
- Under Indentation, use the Special pull-down menu to select hanging.
- Use the By menu to select 0.5″
How do you indent the second line of a citation in Google Docs?
To do this:
- Highlight the citation.
- Select “Format” in the top menu.
- Select “Align and Indent” in the drop down.
- Then click “Indentation Options”
- In the window that opens, under special indent, select “Hanging”
- Click the “Apply” button.