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Here is a test document to show the indent depth of the paragraphs. You can use this as a template.

Concerning the quotation marks on the Bible study links. I had the same problem. Here is a solution that works for me in Google Docs. It may take a few steps to explain how I do it by showing you illustrations or images of those steps.

Here is a sample link to a Bibles study. Please read the study entitled "THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?" for a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength.

The first thing I do is I place my cursor between the first and second letter of the first word and hit the space bar.

Please read the study entitled "THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?" for a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength.

Then I type the correct quotation mark. And the first letter.

Please read the study entitled "T “THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?" for a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength.

Then I place the quotation mark in front of the newly typed correct quotation mark and I backspace until the original first letter and the wrong quotation mark is gone.

Please read the study entitled “THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?" for a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength.

I then place the cursor between the last letter or the punction mark in this case and the incorrect quotation mark and I type the correct quotation mark.

Please read the study entitled “THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?”" for a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength.

I then HIGHLIGHT the incorrect quotation mark and underline and hit backspace. Or you can place the cursor after the incorrect quotation mark and backspace.

Please read the study entitled “THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?” for a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength.

I also like your suggestion about the clause going first. So I have been highlighting the clause, hit copy and paste and move it before the word Please. I then capitalize the first letter which in this case is an f. Then I replace the capital P with a lower cas p. And then I remove the period. I then highlight the old clause again and delete it. I do this last just in case it does not copy and paste.

For a deeper understanding of the true meaning of not being saved by our OWN works, which we try to do in our OWN strength please read the study entitled “THE WORK OF THE LAW VERSUS GOOD WORKS?” 

There is no need for a comma after the word strength.

If this does not work for you in MS Word then do not worry about correcting the quotation marks on the Bible study links.

As far as the study you just sent me, everything was fine. The paragraph indent was one letter off but that is not a big deal. My main concern related to the formatting is the font size and line spacing to match my newer studies. Some studies have a 1 ½ line spacing which is quite a noticeable difference to me. So I have been changing them to single line spacing.

I like how you are not adding commas to my run-on sentences. But rather, you are highlighting them and letting me know that they need rewording. I have been making many of the clauses into the own sentences which gives the reader a time to pause. Simply adding a comma somethings creates a clause that has no verb. And to me, it seems odd. IF I spot such a case I have been rewording that clause to make a sentence. But I do not always spot where you have added a comma that creates a clause by itself.

Do not worry if you miss a quotation mark here and there. Correct a few myself is not that bid a deal. It is when I have to change a whole lot that it starts eating up time that could be better spent.