What does a Outline Look Like?

Outlines can be written in two different formats. There is a topic outline which is generally written in one word or small simple phrases. The second type is the sentence outline where you use full sentences to summarize your subject matter. An important factor to remember is that: If there is a number 1 there is always a number 2. That holds true for every level of your outline. An outline uses Roman numerals to identify the main topics. Each subtopic is indented five spaces and single spaced under the topic. The fist level of the subtopic uses capital letter. The next level again indented five spaces and located one single space below the subtopic and uses numbers. It is also important to note that each letter or number, including the Roman numerals are all followed by a period and two paces from the written content. To find more information click here: