The simplest and easiest way to have your citations utilize the Hanging Indent required by APA, is to use the function in MS Word that automatically formats your citation.
Type your citation. Here is an example:
Haybron, D. M. (2008). Philosophy and the science of subjective well-being. In M. Eid & R. J. Larsen (Eds.), The science of subjective well-being (pp. 17-43). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
Highlight the citation. Right click. Choose paragraph.
In the paragraph dialog box (see next image). Under Special, Choose Hanging. Set the line numbering to double.
If you type all of your citations single-spaced with no formatting other than italics you can select (highlight) all of your references (an entire page) and format it as one paragraph.
A table of contents lists each heading and sub-heading used in your paper.
Headings are flush left (chapter headings)
Sub-headings are indented once
Sub sub-headings are indented twice
The page number where each item can be found is flush right (on the right margin).
The attached document details how to manually create dot leader tabs (the dot leader puts the ............. in your TOC).
You can use dot leader tabs in a manually created TOC or a TOC created using the automatic features in MS Word.
A block quote is a quote of 40 or more words (see page 171 of the manual). The sentence before the block quote must end with a colon:
9. This quotation has two paragraphs, so the formatting is not yet complete. Highlight the last sentence and change the left indentation to 1, as show in this example.
10. The block quotation is now complete.
11. A picture of how the block quotation looks in my paper, appears below.