Formatting Guidelines

This is how the pages should be formatted:

Title - Verdana 18pt Bold --Centered

Authors - Right beneath the Title-- Verdana 10pt, Italicized -- Centered (Alphabetized by last name)

Headings - Verdana 12pt Bold --Centered on the page

Subheadings - Verdana 10pt Bold ---Left-aligned

Paragraphs - Verdana 10pt
(one tab indent at beginning of paragraph)

Example passage:

Electronic Documents

By Alexander Burch, David Gabriel, Ryan Godfrey, Christopher Greenwood, and Jordan Wheeler

Physical Documents vs. Electronic Documents


    Physical document storage and electronic document storage are quite different, but they do have some similarities in concept. A main difference is that physical documents have to have the characters printed on the paper or whatever medium they’re on, but electronic documents are stored as binary numbers using the different types of character encoding systems. A similarity between the two is in how quickly they can be accessed. For either document to be accessed quickly, they both must be filed and indexed in an orderly manner. This allows the person looking for the document, or the computer searching for the document, to find their result in a timely manner. And finally, in concept only, the two are similar in that they each document takes up a certain amount of space. So if you have many physical documents, you will need enough storage space, using filing cabinets or the like, to store all of them in. For electronic documents, you will need enough storage space, with a bigger hard drive or other memory type, to store a large number of documents.