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Change the type to be Times New Roman, size 12, with double spacing.
Your document should start out with the four line MLA heading: your name, your teacher, the class, and the date (e.g. 5 October 2018).
Double-click in the space above your name to open the header.
You'll need to change the font to Times New Roman, size 12 again.
Change the text justification to Right Justify. Type your last name, then add the page number through the Insert menu. Insert > Header & page number > top left option
The last page of your document will be your Works Cited page. Each citation needs to have a hanging indent. You can do this one at a time or all at once.
To create a hanging indent, write out your citations -- don't worry about the spacing or indentation. Highlight your citation(s). Go to Format > Align & indent > Indentation options… and in the box that pops up, select "Hanging" for the Special choice, and make sure the number field is set to 0.5.
Lastly, make sure your Works Cited is in alphabetical order according to the first word (typically an author's last name) of each citation.
The illustration label and number should always appear in two places: the document main text (e.g. see fig. 1) and near the illustration itself (Fig. 1).
MLA does not specify alignment requirements for figures; thus, these images may be embedded as the reader sees fit. However, continue to follow basic MLA Style formatting (e.g. one-inch margins). Tables should be flush left.