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In an outline, capital letters designate A. subtopics. B. main topics. C. classification. D. subdivisions.
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User: In an outline, capital letters designate A. subtopics. B. main topics. C. classification. D. subdivisions.

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User: When moving from your outline to writing, you should focus on A. saying enough about each idea to make every idea stick in the minds of your readers. B. generating more ideas to add to you essay. C. writing as few sentences as possible to explain yourself. D. turning the phrases in your outline into full sentences with proper punctuation.

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When moving from your outline to writing, you should focus on: turning the phrases in your outline into full sentences with proper punctuation.

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