Style manuals often require that footnotes have a blank line between them. The best method for achieving this spacing is to edit the footnote style.
Style manuals often require that footnotes have a blank line between them. There are two common mistakes about how to get this blank line.
To follow the “Student Supplement for The SBL Handbook of Style,” there are three key steps to editing the styles for your table of contents.
You can pretty easily get Word to generate a table of contents that automatically updates with your document.1 But if you need to follow some special formatting for the table, like in the Student Supplement for The SBL Handbook of Style, it’s less clear how to do that. If you simply format the table directly, […]
Creating a table of contents manually can consume much more time than it should. Fortunately, Word can do the heavy lifting to create a table of contents.
One of the best ways to ensure consistent formatting in a Word document is to use styles.1 But, you might also need to be able to turn these styles into “direct” formatting. If you apply a style to text, the text will be formatted as the style specifies (e.g., a first-level heading, a block quotation). […]