Many of the components following the title and copyright pages have required headings and formatting guidelines, which are described in the following sections.Please consult the Sample Pages to compare your document to the requirements.
Setting this up can be a time-consuming process, but if you are writing a lengthy document that will go through several drafts, the automatic Table of Contents can save you a lot of manual revising each time your page numbers or chapter titles change.Unless you have multiple Table of Contents in your document, leave the "Table identifier" as is.After you click "Mark", Word will automatically turn on showing of formatting symbols, and you should see a TC (Table of Contents) field code in brackets.If you choose to include any or all of these elements, give each its own page(s).is a statement of the author's reasons for undertaking the work and other personal comments that are not directly germane to the materials presented in other sections of the thesis or dissertation. Any of the pages must be prepared following these guidelines: If you use symbols in your thesis or dissertation, you may combine them with your abbreviations, titling the section “LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS”, or you may set up a separate list of symbols and their definitions by following the formatting instructions above for abbreviations.For sub-chapter titles, repeat this process, but use the "Heading 2" style instead.(You can also do this with "Heading 3" styles for sub-sub-headings, etc., if necessary.) If you have a title or subtitle that is part of an existing paragraph, or if you would like the Table of Contents text to be different than what appears in the body of your text, you can insert a manual Table of Contents field instead of applying a Heading style to an entire paragraph.You can view this sample document by opening the file called in your Dr Paper6 folder.You can view the Cite Write datafile used to write the references by opening (click on the Cite Write icon on your desktop, and then click File Open Datafile) the datafile called in your Dr Paper4 folder.This will both apply the "Heading 1" style to your chapter heading (allowing the Table of Contents to detect it), and also update the Heading 1 style for your document to match the style you were using.Once the "Heading 1" style has been updated to match that in your document, for the other chapter headers, just highlight the chapter title and left-click on the (now-modified) "Heading 1" style to apply it.