Date of publication: 2017-09-02 01:12
Next, set the margins: ” top margin and 6” side and bottom margins. Some people prefer 6” margins all around, including on top, but I find that squeezes the top line of text too closely against the header information.
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Authors are asked to keep each table to a reasonable size very large tables packed with data simply confuse the reader. Similarly, try to minimize the use of abbreviations, and if abbreviations must be used, use well-known and accepted forms to minimize the need for the reader to constantly refer to the table legend. The same data should not be presented in both a table and a figure.
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Jack, this isn 8767 t to say this is exactly how it will be published either. This is to save the people you expect to assist you with your writing trouble. No author can exist and succeed without the help of others, so it is best to format it to the way in which the agents, editors, etc like and expect it. That shows commitment and professionalism.
I have a story that must be told. If it were not for articles such as this I would be totally lost (not to say I am actually found). I so understand the reasoning behind spacing rules and format stability. On the other hand my story can 8767 t be told without Jack 8767 s expertise as well. It is a story the average editor will not comprehend as truthfulness. My art will be mixing Jack with Anon.
Interesting question If you are writing fiction, you should avoid anything that pulls the reader out of the story. So I would handle this by showing other characters struggling with the name and learning the correct pronunciation.
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It's possible, but again, highly unlikely. Serious writers rarely wish to write someone else's idea in fact, all serious writers whom I know have more ideas of their own than they'll ever have time to write. The theft of an idea is essentially a needless fear.
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