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A standard manuscript page has about 250 words on average. Standard manuscript format is this (or a minor variation): 8.5" x 11" 1" margins top and bottom, left and right. 12 point Courier font. Double spaced. If you have significantly more or fewer than that on average, your document is likely not formatted in the standard manuscript form. Here are a ...


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As a student, you will be faced with not only storing your own writings, but storing other information (articles you read, graphics, web links) as well – and in a meaningful way that allows you to later find what you know that you already know but can't quite remember. Many academics use information management solutions (see also: Personal Knowledge Base) ...


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Google Drive / Google Docs Google Drive and Google Docs work together perfectly for what you are looking for. If you sign up for a Google account you get 15GB of free storage and you can use Drive just like a File Explorer. 15 GB of Space - Free Next, you just create your Google documents, write up your articles and then later when you want to find all ...


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Sounds like Scrivener might work nicely for you. You write your pieces in text, you can add graphics, you can view your pieces either in a list or as graphics which you can tag, and you can organize your individual pieces in folders. You can download a fully-operational demo and use it for 30 days. Search for Scrivener on this site to see other discussions ...


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I would also suggest that Scrivener is worth a look. It has a good keyword and tagging system, including custom metadata. It also has a flexible search system. I have moved most of my writing from Word into Scrivener over the last year, because of the type of organization (and reorganization) it allows. The downside to Scrivener, in my view, is that while it ...



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