One space after a sentence, not two
Be careful of double spacing after a sentence. You can use the grammar checker on word to show places where you made it 2 spaces. But you have to set it up to do that. In Word, click on File>Options>Proofing>When Correcting Spelling and Grammar in Word>Writing Style>Settings>Require:Spaces Required between Sentences = 1. Then, when you are back in the document, click on Review>Spelling& Grammar.
Possibly better directions are here:
Turn off Superscript
Word automatically defaults to superscripting the th in 5th Cir.
To default to 5th Cir.:
Select File> Options. Select Proofing, and under AutoCorrect options, select AutoCorrect Options. Go to AutoFormat As You Type and clear the Ordinals (1st) with superscript to prevent the app from applying superscript formatting to numbers.
Creating the Caption
Another way people do it is to make a table with 3 columns and get rid of the border lines.
Click the Insert tab.
2. Click the Symbol button and choose More Symbols.
The Symbols dialog box appears.
3. Choose a symbol.
4. Click the Shortcut Key button to assign a shortcut (or change the
existing one). The Customize Keyboard dialog box appears.
5. Press a shortcut key combination. For example, you could make your
paragraph symbol shortcut alt+p and your section symbol shortcut
For example, press Ctrl+. (period).
6. Confirm that the shortcut key combination is not currently assigned.
After you press the shortcut keys, look in the Customize Keyboard
dialog box by the Currently Assigned To item. If it reads [unassigned],
you’re good to go. Otherwise, the shortcut is already taken and you
need to think of another.
7. Click the Assign button to create that symbol keyboard shortcut.
Instructions to insert page numbers, suppress first page, and restart the page numbers for a brief
After inserting the page numbers,