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  1. Brief FormattingWord 2003

  2. Inserting Page Numbers in Word • Separate all sections with page breaks NOT hard returns. • Insert page numbers right before you do your Table of Authorities and Table of Contents. • Save your brief and save a copy before starting… just in case.

  3. (2) Choose “Show all” or “Show Invisibles”. (¶ )This is usually under “View” if not on your Toolbar. (4) Click “Insert.” Choose “Break.” (1) Go to the Summary of the Case page. (5) Choose Section break “Next Page.” (3) Place your cursor here.

  4. When you insert a section break you will likely create a blank page…you need to remove this page. Put your cursor before the “S” if not still there. Hit backspace until it removes the extra page. Justify the title to center.

  5. Go to your Statement of the Case page. Insert section break as done earlier. There will be a blank page. Delete this page as before. Center justify this heading again.

  6. (2) Click “Insert.” Choose “Page Numbers.” (4) Choose number format that shows “i, ii, iii,…” (3) Uncheck “Show number on first page.” (5) Make sure this says “i”, and “Start at” is marked. Click ok. (1) Go back to Summary of the Case page and place your cursor on that page.

  7. (2) Click “Insert.” Choose “Page Numbers.” (4) Choose number format that shows “1, 2, 3, …” (3) Make sure “Show number on first page” is checked this time. (5) Make sure this says “1”, and “Start at” is marked. Click ok. (1)Go back to Statement of the Case page and place your cursor on that page.

  8. Make Table of Authorities in Word • Do this step right before you do your Table of Contents. • Save your brief and then save a copy before starting the Table of Contents…just in case.

  9. Go to the beginning of the brief and work your way throughout. (1) Highlight the full citation. Press Alt+Shift+I (2) Remove pinpoint page. (3) Choose the type. (4) Type short citation. (5) Click “Mark All.” Click “Close” and proceed to next citation.

  10. (1) Hide the Field Codes to ensure proper pagination. (3) Click “Insert.” Choose “Reference,” and “Index and Tables.” (4) Choose “All” (5) Make sure “Use passim” and “Keep original formatting” are checked. (2) Go to the Table of Authorities page and place your cursor on that page.

  11. Format your Table of Authorities as described earlier.

  12. Make Table of Contents in Word • Do this step LAST. • Save your brief. • Save another copy before starting the Table of Contents. Again, just in case.

  13. To display the Outlining Toolbar, right-click on the toolbar area and choose “Outlining.”

  14. (1) Highlight the title of each section. (2) Choose the appropriate level for the Table of Contents. All Section Titles: Level 1 Within Argument section: Point Heading I, II, etc.: Level 2 Point Heading A, B, etc.: Level 3 Point Heading i, ii, etc.: Level 4 Point Heading a, b, etc.: Level 5 (3) Repeat these steps for all components included in the Table of Contents

  15. (1) Go to the Table of Contents page and place your cursor on that page. (2) Click “Insert.” Choose “Reference,” and “Index and Tables.” (3) Click “Table of Contents.” (6) Make sure “Show page numbers” and “Right align page numbers” are checked. (4) Uncheck “Use hyperlinks” (5) Change levels to appropriate number based on your pointheadings.

  16. Format your Table of Contents as described earlier. If you make changes after creating the Table of Contents, be sure to update.