Note: These instructions apply to all versions of Word for Mac and for the 2003 version of Word for Windows.
I haven’t yet updated them to include instructions for the 2007 version of Word for Windows, but the tools should nevertheless be easy to find if you look around on the toolbar at the top.
The default in Word is left alignment, so don’t change it.
Rule: In the upper left corner of the first page of your document, type your name, the date, the course number and section (or topic), and the version of the paper (such as Paper 1 Second Draft), each on a separate line.
This page covers information related to this specific style and the official handbook was used as a reference, but this page is not associated with the American Psychological Association.
references, it does not provide instructions for how to cite in APA format.
Instructions: This should be the default for Word, but if not, you might want to change your Normal style, as described above.
To change the indentation format for a document, choose Select All from the Edit menu.
Not doing so can be considered In this guide, you’ll find information related to “What is APA format?
” in relation to writing and organizing your paper according to the American Psychological Association’s standards.