How to Do Hanging Indent on Google Docs
A Hanging Indent is an indent of 1/2 at the second and following lines of every item in Work Cited list. It is provided by get into pc. Make sure the ruler of Google docs is visible. Press View from menu and make sure, Show Ruler is checked.
Make a Hanging Indent in Google Docs?
- Choose the text which you want to indent. You may highlight one or more Paragraphs.
- Then, drag the First Line marker back to the left margin.
- And, your hanging Indent is created.
Create Hanging Indent in Microsoft Word:
- Put your cursor on the starting of your entry and highlight it.
- Right press and select Paragraph.
- Find the Indents and Spacing tab.
- Choose Hanging at the Special field under indentation.
- Press on OK.
Indent a Citation With the Drop-Down Menu in Word:
you can use the drop-down menu tab to make second line Indent for your work cited. For this method, you can follow some steps;
- Put your cursor at the starting of your cited entry.
- Then press on the Home tab.
- Go To the Paragraph toolbar.
- Press on the small arrow given at bottom right, next to the Word paragraph.
- Find the Indents and Spacing tab
- Choose Hanging in the Special Indent field.
- Press on OK.
Make a Hanging Indent in Google Docs
For making a Hanging Indent in Google Docs, follow some steps:
- Put the cursor on the starting of your text, and highlight the entry
- Move to the format drop-down menu
- Pick Sign & Indent
- Choose, Indentation option
- Select Hanging in the Special Indent field
- Default indentation amount Setting is 0.5 inches
- Press on Apply
In Google Docs, a Hanging Indent is basically the hostile of common indent you are used watching most of the time. You may do a Hanging Indent slightly near each word processor including Google Docs.