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How do I indent a paragraph the opposite way?

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Old August 23rd 18, 02:35 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.pagelayout
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Default How do I indent a paragraph the opposite way?

I am typing a works cited page. If I consider each item on the page a paragraph, how would I indent the paragraph so that the first line is justified with the left margin, but the succeeding lines are offset toward the right? In other words it would be a sort of reverse-indent, where the first line extends outward instead of tucks in to the rest of the paragraph.

I am using MLA style formatting.

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