Practice Typing Different
Types of Paragraph
To practice typing different types of paragraphs you must have a knowledge of these. Paragraphs are the putting together of sentences in groups. After each sentence you must give two spaces to begin another. Some sentences ask a question so they end with a question mark. Others end with an exclamation mark if there is need for urgency or emphasis in speech.
There are also short sentences and long ones, which can be broken up by a dash or comma, in order for the reader to connect the two parts quickly, and thus give a clearer understanding of the topic discussed.
Some sentences are direct speech so it consists of quotation marks to show the exact words of the speaker.
Practice Typing Different Types of Paragraphs
Many typist may only know of one type of paragraph which is the indented or blocked style. Do you know there are other ways to format a paragraph?
For example a paragraph can be:
Align left only
Align left and right
Align right only
You can hang your paragraphs. These normally has a side heading on the left and the paragraph on the other side.
Number them or list them, etc.
You can also change your line spacing to single line (1.0), one and a half line spacing (1.5) or double line spacing (2.0). The Line Spacing button is found on the ribbon if you are using the Word 2007 upwards.
Do not forget to select your paragraphs in order to change your line spacing. For hanging and indented paragraphs you can use the ruler above the white page or the Tab key on the keyboard.
The above formatting can be used for different purposes. It is important though to choose one that suits your document. There are also benefits of choosing the right format. One thing is that it makes your information easier to read and understand. Also your layout tells a lot about you the typist.
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