When you select a font, you select its size in a unit called “points.” But the font face also affects the visual size of lines and type on the page.
You can save yourself a lot of time by letting Word handle title page formatting—particularly when you’re vertically justifying the title page text.
If you delegate your title page formatting to Word, you can save time formatting. A key preparatory step is to properly segmenting your title page text.
To start delegating your title pages to Word, there are four basic steps. The first of these is to capitalize and center your title page text.
You can space your title page content simply by entering blank paragraphs. But if you do so, you set yourself up for more work and at least three problems.
To pass your title page formatting off to Word, you need to start by understanding what SBL style requires in formatting your title page.