Answered By: Dennis Johnson, CJ, LE, & Paralegal Librarian
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2019     Views: 18

When you have to create a booklet for a course assignment, it is a good idea to use the pre-built settings that come with Word. The Book Fold layout sets up your booklet for printing with gutter options. For help on how to use Book Fold and gutter options, you can use the “Tell Me” (Alt+Q) feature in Word.

You should also be creative and visual so that your booklet grabs the attention of the reader. You can do this by inserting images. If you have sources to cite, the references in a booklet could look different than what you see in a research paper, but will still include reference citations and in-text citations in APA format. Insert the reference citations on the last page under "References" and include the in-text citations near the image or text being cited. Refer to the APA guide when you have questions about formatting.

Follow these steps to create a booklet:

For more information about creating booklets in Microsoft Word, visit the following page on the Microsoft Support site:

Create a Booklet in Word

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