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Tutor profile: Erin B.

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Erin B.
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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I can't figure out how to add a header to Word. Can you help me?

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Answer:

Absolutely! If you go to the menu display at the top of the page, you should see Insert. Use the drop-down, and there is a list of options to add header, footer, and page numbers. Select header and you will be given several options for layout and formatting.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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I need help finding scholarly reviewed articles for my paper on violence in video games.

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I'm happy to help you. The best place to find scholarly reviewed articles is by searching your library's databases. These databases contain many scholarly reviewed articles that your library pays for access. Scholarly reviewed articles have been vetting by professionals in the field and are often more accurate then what you can find by just using Google. Let's start your search by limiting your results to scholarly review and let's search the terms "violence" AND "video games." You will likely get a lot of results at first and that's OK. Research is a process and I will help you narrow down your search so we can find the articles you need.

Subject: GED

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I am having trouble understanding when to use there, they're, and their. Can you help me understand the appropriate use of each?

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Answer:

Absolutely. "There" can be used as an adjective, noun, and most commonly as an adverb. It describes a state of being. For example, he is over there or I will always be there. "Their" is a possessive pronoun and it is used to describe something that belongs to them. Belong could refer to an actual possession or a feeling. For example, it is their right to decide or their dog is cute. "They're" is a contraction of they are or they were. For example, they're (they are) always late.

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