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... The typesetter can then set the formatting for the style in InDesign, and all
of the headings will automatically be formatted correctly. ...

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... Manuscript Preparation. Q. Stacked headings: no-no or no problem? ... Can you
point to anything to make a case against stacked headings? ...

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... Abbreviations. Q. What is CMOS’s take on the use of and the defining
of acronyms in section and subsection headings? A. It’s ...

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... I have seen both dot.com, and dot-com. Which is correct? In capitalizing titles,
is it Dot.com or Dot.Com (in title headings, etc.)? Answer ». ...

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... Q. A company I work for advocates two levels of headings in most reports/articles:
a stand-alone boldface head (an A head) and a boldface run-in head (aC head ...

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... Q. What style of text and size (body and headings) does The Chicago Manual of Style
suggest for submissions to the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation? ...

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... Q. Can you tell me the origin of (and reasoning behind) the rule that requires at
least two B-level headings beneath every A-level heading in a book? ...

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... Subheads. Q. Can you tell me the origin of (and reasoning behind) the rule that
requires at least two B-level headings beneath every A-level heading in a book? ...

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... must be capitalized. My column headings include “Name” and “Title.”
Under “Name,” I have Joe Smith. Under “Title,” which ...

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... We do so because each choice in that part of the menu corresponds exactly to the
heading for the related document (in fact, these headings, wherever they appear ...

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