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Formatting a Chicago (Turabian) Paper in Google Docs, Part 1

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Noah B (2 months ago)
A quick question, do you use double line spacing for the section containing your name and course information? It looks like single spacing to me.
MelissaSEder (2 months ago)
Noah, I'm so sorry it took me so long to get back to you. At this point, it might be too late to help you, but your cover page should also be double-spaced. You single-space the footnotes at the bottom of each page and your Bibliography page (with blank lines separating entries for both sections), but everything else should be double-spaced.
Dejané Blakey (10 months ago)
I (typed) asked Google, “How to write in Chicago Manual Style” and it sent me to video which (after viewing yours) would have given me an F. The instructor’s format was all types of wrong.
MelissaSEder (9 months ago)
Well, I hope my video helped you! I do try my best to follow the style manual, but not all instructors do that. I always tell the students I work with to do what their instructor (who will be grading them) requires. Hopefully you'll get a good score! Thanks for the feedback
Gracie Caires (1 year ago)
I watch videos like this for Google Docs all the time, but mostly for APA and MLA. This video was so helpful that I'm going to use some of the things you just taught me even with the other formats. I had no idea that I could do some of these things on Google Docs. Thank you so much!
MelissaSEder (1 year ago)
Gracie, I'm so glad it was helpful! Thanks very much for letting me know - I appreciate your comments very much, and it's good to know somebody out there watches these and benefits from them.
Michael Anthony (1 year ago)
This was very helpful
MelissaSEder (1 year ago)
So glad this helped - and sorry I'm so slow to see this comment! :)
tiblio ! (1 year ago)
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