Category: Text formatting

capital letters

The Mystery of Capital Letters

Capital Compensation When writers are looking to emphasize a word, but they’re not sure if they should bold…
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What Are The Unique Characteristics Of Chicago Manual of Style?

What is The Chicago Manual of Style? The Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS), usually truncated to the ‘Chicago…
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A vs. The vs. Nothing: Knowing when to use the right Article

According to linguists, the early languages of humans did not have articles to accompany nouns, the necessary information…
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My Research Paper is Accepted. Now What?

Writing a paper is a lot of work: Organizing the data, drawing the figures, writing everything from the…
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A Brief Guide to Style Guides

Authors are required to follow prescribed writing styles, formats and guidelines mandated by a research journal when submitting articles for publication. This is to ensure that an article is consistent with the language and presentation quality characteristic to that journal. The first step in preparing an article for publication is to check the requirements specified by the chosen journal.

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