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Guide to Paperwork

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Writing is an integral part to paperwork and writing books! If you want to write an official department memo, or a good looking book, you're gonna have to know how to write it.

To properly understand this, you need a basic grasp of BBCode or HTML. But don't worry, even if you don't know either, just try copy pasting the examples and replacing the text with your own! Once you're comfortable with that, try experimenting with what works together and how.

Writing

Writing is performed on paper using any standard writing utensil.

  • Pens come in a few different colours, black or blue by default, and some departments are provided with red pens. Pens have a variety of functions!
  • Crayons work much like pens, except that they are always bold, and lack the list, horizontal rule, and small tags.

Formatting Paper

Signature

To sign your name, use the [sign] tag. Remember that if you use the [sign] tag, your signature is unique and cannot be forged in most cases.

Your signature: [sign]

NanoTrasen Logo or SolGov Crest

To print the official NanoTrasen logo onto a piece of paper. It makes documents looks official and fancy.

[logo]

A similar tag allows you to print the SolGov crest.

[solcrest]

Field

To insert a field from which you can start writing (instead of just using the bottom of the paper), use the [field] tag.

Reason for Request: [field]

New Lines

New lines can be created by using the [br] tag. Without this, anything you write will continue on the same line until it reaches the end of the page.

text above
[br]
text below

Bold

To make text bold, enclose it within the [b] and [/b] tags.

[b]This text is going to be bold.[/b] This text is not.

Italics

To italicize text, enclose it within the [i] and [/i] tags.

[i]This text is italicized.[/i] This text is not.

Underlining

To underline text, enclose it within the [u] and [/u] tags.

[u]This text is underlined.[/u] This text is not.

Centering

To center text, enclose it with the [center] and [/center] tags.

[center]Type the center tags onto the paper like this![/center]

Lists

Create a list by using the [list] and [/list] tags. For every entry in your list, add a [*] in front of your entry. For example;

[list][*]Bullet one.[*]Bullet two.[/list]

Large Text

Make text larger, enclose it within the [large] and [/large] tags. Large text like this can be used for emphasis or for titles.

[large]This text is much larger[/large] than this text.

Small Text

To shrink text, enclose it with the [small] and [/small] tags. Shrunken text can be used to fit more information onto your paper.

[small]This text is very small![/small] This text is normal-sized.

Horizontal rules

To add a horizontal rule, use the [hr] tag.

text above
[hr]
text below

First Heading

To make a first level heading, use the [h1] and [/h1] tags.

[h1]insert desired text 
[br]
closing text for heading[/h1]

Second Heading

To make a second level heading, use the [h2] and [/h2] tags.

[h2] insert desired text
[br]
closing text here[/h2]

Third Heading

To make a third level heading, use the [h3] and [/h3] tags.

[h3]insert desired text[/h3]

Date

To insert the current date of the station, use the [date] tag.

Date:[date]

Time

To insert the current station time, use the [time] tag.

Time Of Request: [field][time] 
[br]
Reason for request: [field]

See also