Citing Tweets in either MLA or APA style isn’t any more difficult than citing traditional mediums. In this video I show you how to cite a Tweet in the body of your paper in both MLA and APA style and how to format the Works Cite page (MLA) and the References page (APA).
Sometimes you don’t want to number the first few pages of a document. Starting page numbers on a page other than the first page isn’t super intuitive, but it’s definitely not difficult. In this video I’ll show you how to start page numbering on the 4th page.
If you’re a big fan of big icons you’ll be happy to know that you can easily make the icons in the Standard and Formatting toolbars larger and even style them up a bit. Here’s how.
As an awesome full-screen text editor, WriteMonkey hides desktop distractions so you stay focused on your writing. In this video I’ll show you how to turn Writer into WriteMonkey.
If the first page of your document is a title page, you may want to start page numbering on the second page. This tutorial shows you how to set up a document so that page numbers start on the second page instead of the first.
In Writer, you should insert page numbers into the header or footer of a document–depending on whether you want the page number at the top or bottom of the page. This tutorial takes you through the process of inserting page numbers into the header.
Styles make it easy to make broad changes to several document elements like characters and paragraphs. In this post you’ll learn how to create a simple character style, and apply it to a piece of text.