What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?

What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?
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What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?
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Alignment refers to the position of text between the margins
justify the text is aligned at both the right and left margins
indent the space between text and a document's margin
margin blank areas around the top, bottom, and sides of a page
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false pages in books and magazines are often formatted with centered margins
true you can choose from one of the preset margin settings, or you can set your own custom margins
false word provides rulers align the bottom and right margins to help you as you format your documents
vertical alignment refers to positioning text between the top and bottom margins of a document
paragraph if you are using mirror margins, you can use mirror indents. On the indents and spacing tab in the??dialog box, clcik the mirro indents checkbox to select it
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What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?

What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?

What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?

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Required Headers

  • Headers for all required pages must be consistently formatted; they should be the same size, font, and style, and located in the same position on each page. They must start at the very top of the page, on the first line below the 1-inch margin.

Chapter Headers

  • Chapter headers are the only headers that can start lower on the page and be stylized in any manner, as long as they are consistent on each chapter title page.

Section Headers

  • It is common for a chapter to have multiple levels of section headers. These can be formatted differently than required or chapter headers, as long as there is a consistent style from chapter to chapter.

Running Headers

  • Your document should not have a running header that appears at the top of each page.

Page Margins

Page margins should be consistent throughout the text.

Required Margins:

  • The top, bottom, and right margins are required to be 1 inch, but the left margin can either be 1 inch or 1.25 inches.
  • All body text, tables, figures, appendices content, and any copies of published chapters must fit within the required 1-inch margins on all sides. Tables or images may have to be re-sized to fit within the margin. See the Tables and Figures page for more info.

Throughout your ETD, all text must start at the very top of the page. It is common for students to have trouble maintaining this consistency — often thanks to difficulty with Microsoft Word. The below instructions should help to specify the relevant settings in Microsoft Word and offer some helpful tips to maintaining consistency throughout your document.

  1. Check that your top margin is set to 1 inch.
  2. Check the page margin layout settings.  On the “Layout” tab, in the “Margins” menu (found on the far left of the navigation bar), click “Custom Margins.” A “Page Setup” menu will appear. Under the “Layout” tab of this pop-up menu, make sure “Vertical alignment” is set to “Top.”
  3. Make sure you don’t have extra space in the header. Double-click on the header and hit the down arrow. If there are extra lines in the header, below the page number, delete them.
  4. Make sure there isn’t extra space between your text and the top of the page. All text must start on the first line at the very top of the page, just after the 1 inch margin line.

To more easily identify spacing inconsistencies as you scan your document, enable the “Gridlines” view:

What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?

If you are having trouble moving your text to the top of the page, check the “Header from Top” and “Footer from Bottom” settings.

  1. Double-click within the header or footer to edit them.
  2. Click the “Design” tab.
  3. See the below screenshot:
What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page?

Spacing

Spacing must be consistent throughout the document. This includes:

  • The amount of space between headers and body text.
  • Line spacing of your body text (starting on your abstract page).
  • Regardless of your text spacing, you should at least have a space between each entry on your table of contents, list of tables, list of figures, list of abbreviations, and reference pages.
  • There should be a minimum amount of space separating body text from tables and figures.

What term refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of a page group of answer choices?

Horizontal alignment determines how the left and right edges of a paragraph fit between the margins, while vertical alignment determines the placement of the text between the upper and lower margins.

What term refers to how text is positioned between the margins?

Alignment: Alignment refers to the way text is arranged in the document between the margins. In horizontal alignment, paragraphs of text can be left aligned (flush against the left margin), right aligned (flush against the right margin), or centered (each line within the paragraph centered between the margins).

Which of the following is the space between the text and the top bottom left?

Margins are the blank spaces that line the top, bottom, and left and right sides of a document.

What is the space called between a paragraph and the document's left and or right margin?

An indent is the space between a paragraph and the document's left and/or right margin. Centered vertical alignment aligns text between the top and bottom margin. Defining a New Number format supports the following styles.