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Thread: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

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    Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    Please help me someone. I need to put a paper in MLA format in libre office writer 3.5.2., but my header is too far down from the top. It needs to be closer and i can't figure it out how to do this. It'd be great if i could get help? Thanks

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    Re: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    Basically i need to have it where well when you first open Libreoffice, the header is in a certain spot. I need to have it stay there with my name being on the top right without having it move and i don't know how to do this.

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    Re: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    Actually instead i could use help on what the whole MLA format is

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    Re: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    Also the times that i have gotten my last name on the header on the top right it won't print out my last name on top right. Is there anyway of fixing this?

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    Re: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    First, if you need to make a minor addition to your thread, please use the "edit" button below you post.
    Second, try this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVNqkVFvNsc
    Third, once you have the page formatted properly, you can save the file as a template with File>Templates>Save. Once you have saved the MLA template, you can open the template when you need to use it before you start writing.

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    Re: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    Thankyou, i didn't know i could edit it. And i already looked at that video, It's a different version of lIbre office.

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    Re: Header MLA Format (MLA format as of 2009)

    Hmm, too old for it to not apply? It's from January of this year, not that old...
    Did you try this template, then? http://extensions.services.openoffic...ct/MLATemplate
    OpenOffice templates *usually* work for LibreOffice

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