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Where do I find a blank page to type a letter or address to print?

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Chloe Corkhill answered

Most people use Microsoft Word word processing software when they want a blank page that they can type on and print. There are lots of advantages to using Word.

But, depending on what operating system you are running - your computer may come with a different "word processing" software package. Either way, most computers come with easy-to-use programs which will provide you with a blank canvas for starting your letter or address. 


Because I'm a Windows user, I know more about Microsoft Word than any of these other word processing programs - so I'll give you the lowdown on that:

The advantages of Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word allows the person writing the document to format, spellcheck, search for particular words and perform many other useful functions. Most people choose Word Microsoft to write everything from essays and articles to letters and reports. The software has a footnote provision build in, which helps when you're writing an academic document.

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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LAUDERDALE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI   

                                    CAUSE NO. _____________                     

                          CHARLES A. STEVENS, PETITIONER   

                          VS.                                                         

                            STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, RESPONDENT

        MOTION FOR POST-CONVICTION COLLATERAL RELIEF     

        COMES NOW, the Petitioner,  Charles A.  Stevens,  an files  this  his  Motion  for  Post-Conviction  Collateral  Relief  pursuant  to  Mississippi  Code  Annotated  Section  99-39-1  et.  Seq.,  and  in  support of the same, Petitioner would show unto this Honorable      Court the following, to-wit:   

                                                        I.

        Identity of Proceedings in which Petitioner was Convicted

         

        Petitioner was indicted by a Lauderdale County, Mississippi    Grand Jury on or about the 9th day of November, 1994, on the charge of Armed Robbery by use of a Firearm, in violation of Miss. Code Ann., Section 97-3-79. February 12th, 13th and 14th, 1996, Petitioner was tried and convicted on said charge by a duly sworned and impanelled jury. The jury did not fix Petitioner's sentence at life and he was sentenced by the Honorable Judge Robert W. Bailey to serve a term of life without parole or early release in the custody     

       

         

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