Outlines Are Intended To A. be read. B. never be adjusted

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Outlines are intended to

A. be read.

B. never be adjusted.

C. be shortened.

D. serve as a working guide.


Outlines are intended to serve as a working guide.

By Their very nature, they are flexible and can be changed as the needs of the writer or the project change.

An outline is not a finished product; it is a tool that will help you to organize your thoughts and to create a structure for your paper. Although there are no rigid rules about how an outline should be organized, most outlines follow a similar format.

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