Re: How would you understand these instructions?
I'm working on a paper for a very important journal. Their instructions read:
"Use single hard-returns to separate paragraphs. Do not use
tabs or indents to start a paragraph."
How do you understand these instructions?
1. Would I have a blank line between every paragraph
2. NO blank line between every paragraph and their problem to visually determine from a printout when there is a new paragraph or not
Thanks in advance.
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