Academic writing, in fact most writing projects, all have a similar structure:
- Cover, the first page/s of something. For example, a cover page, cover letter, or the like.
- Preliminaries, or front matter. For example, an abstract, executive summary, a table of contents, list of figures.
- Body: the main component that includes an Introduction, Key Points, a Conclusion.
- Addenda, or back matter. For example, a bibliography, a glossary, appendices.
ComWriter, is the first writing tool to actually acknowledge this fundamental writing structure, and provides it as a background template on every writing project.
Whats a 'smart list' I hear you ask? Writing projects often contain 'lists', for example: a table of contents, a list of figures or tables, a bibliography. ComWriter automates these 'lists'. All you have to do is Add a Smart List marker to tell the computer the location of the list. Now that is Smart!