How to Make Writing Appear Longer.





Introduction: How to Make Writing Appear Longer.

This is a neat little trick to make text in a word document appear to be longer. This is great if you don't have a lot of time to make something look longer. What we are doing is replacing the periods in the paper to a bigger text size. This makes it look as if you wrote more than you actually did.

Step 1: Find and Replace

After you have your paper open, with out selecting anything push "control + F".

Step 2: Click Replace Tab

Click The Replace Tab on the window.

Step 3: Put in the Text

Now put in the periods. One for each box and select the first period.

Step 4: Click More

Now Click the More Tab.

Step 5: Click Format Tab

Now Click the Format Tab.

Step 6: Noe Click the Font Tab

Now Click the font tab.

Step 7: Change to 12

Now set the font size to 12 and click ok.

Step 8: Select the Second Period

Now select the second period and change the font to 14.

Step 9: Click OK.

Now Click OK.

Step 10: Done

Now your page is longer. The great thing about this is the more periods the longer it gets. This actually does more than you would think. Thanks for reading.
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    Made my page and a half two pages, THANK YOU! SO MUCH!

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    Or you can just write the rest of your flipping paper.

    aint nobody got time for that

    Wow! My one page zombie essay was extened a quarter page, and It had exactly 100 periods. Schweet! -RoAr

    Great tip. I was taught in several of my lit classes that you are supposed to add two spaces after every period. For three years I had that drilled into me. Some of the handbooks also say that that is proper form. Using these tips in conjunction with one another works wonders... unless your teacher grades the papers on her computer... then you can be caught and it go on your permanent record that you cheated...

    One thing that I find that is quick and easy to do is, if you only need it to be a bit longer, increase the font by .5. This lengthens your writing, but won't be noticeable if you are given a certain size to use.

    The only thing the period trick does is change inner line spacing from whatever the original period font was to the new period font. If you are going to do this trick, you might as well just increase the between lines spacing.

    a tip from someone who worked in a English writing lab for over thirteen years first never write on a teachers 'pet' subject find out if the instructor is into poetry don't write on poetry if you can at all help it if they are into Shakespeare avoid that ect second look for a wider then normal font or bump up the character spacing by five or ten percent