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Does anyone know how to format in their assessment document they created through SP?

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  • Nicole “Nikki” Schwartz

    I had tried basic syntax before, but maybe it’s working now? Make sure you’re using it correctly (sorry to be mansplaining if you’re already doing that). It doesn’t work if you don’t use correct open and closing features of syntax.

    You could copy and paste into a simple note where formatting is a bit better.

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  • Michelle Peterson

    Did anyone figure out how to format documents?  I am having the same problem where my forms are a huge block of text and I'd like them to look a little cleaner, with indents, bullet points, etc. 

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  • Nicole “Nikki” Schwartz

    I have not figured out how to indent or add extra spaces between paragraphs if needed. But if I need to, I copy the whole thing into a simple note and that can add bullets, numbered lists, bold and italics.

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  • Latoyia Griffin

    ok, what I've at least been able to do so far is format new lines of text by utilizing a semicolon at the end of a line of text.  This automatically shifts the next typed items to the next line.  Hope that helps some.  I searched diligently and haven't found any additional information on options.

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  • Lindsay Smith

    I found a cheating way to indent. Basically, it is using code that is meant to be used to create a table.  The trick is to have black columns for the number of spaces you want to push your text in.  If I remember correctly, I think an indent is about 5 spaces.     Try typing this on your line that you want indented:  

    | | | | | | | | | Enter whatever text you want |

    Make sure you include the line at the end!

     

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