PERRLA for Word (Windows) doesn't have a built-in feature for adding Appendices to your APA Research Papers. However, you can manually add an Appendix to your paper by entering a page break following your Reference page.
- Make sure you have at least one Reference in your paper
This is to ensure that the Reference page has been built by PERRLA. If you don't have any References in your paper, then PERRLA won't have created a Reference section for you yet.
- Go to the very end of your paper.
You can do this on a PC by pressing Ctrl + End at the same time on your keyboard.
- Add a page break.
Press Ctrl + Enter on your keyboard at the same time to insert a new page break after the Reference section.
- Add the Appendix page heading
On the first line of the Appendix page, it should say "Appendix" center-aligned. A new normal paragraph should start on the next line.
Great! Now you have an Appendix in your paper. Your Appendix will stay at the end of your paper even if you add new References.
Once in your Appendix, you can continue to use any of the PERRLA functions that you would normally use in the body of your paper.