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Updated Graduate Theology Formatting Tutorials

Formatting Graduate Theology Papers

NOTE: if you have difficulty applying the following tutorials to a written paper, consider creating a separate blank, formatted document based on these instructions. Save it as a blank template naming it something like BLANK_FORMATTED_TEMPLATE somewhere you can easily find it. Then copy and paste in each part of your written paper into the appropriate section. Then save your formatted paper with a new name; that is, don't save as your blank template.

opens new windowVideo tutorial by Dr. Isgrigg, 7:53min

NEW, UPDATED VERSION:

formatting papers on a PC (running Windows OS):

formatting papers on a MAC: