Does Grammarly check for APA formating
The APA publication guidelines are just one of many different guides -- Chicago, Turapin, MLA, ACS, AMA, the Associated Press, the New York Times, and New Yorker magazine to name just a few used in the United States. Each of the guides serves a different purpose and do not provide identical advice.
Buy a copy of the guides you are asked to follow -- or borrow it from the library. Read and understand the formatting requirements, then set up your word processor to produce the margins, spacing, font, etc that is required.
If you are concerned about the formatting of citations and the bibliography, your school library may have access to an online citation generator. There are also free citation generators available online. They will help your format your citations and bibliography.
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