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How to Write any Essay: The Spartan Method – Huffington Post
How to Write Any Essay: The Spartan System. Some say the thesis should go at the bottom of the intro instead of the top, which I think is a huge mistake.
How to Write a Killer Thesis Statement – AOL On
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Without a thesis statement. you don’;t have a paper. Watch this video, and get the inside scoop on how to write a killer thesis statement .
The Thesis Project – The Huffington Post
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Making A ’;Thesis Statement ’; | Huffington Post
What if your thesis went places aside from a forgotten file cabinet stuffed with other class work? This simple question launched Huffpost College’;s Thesis.
Thesis – WOW.com
A thesis or dissertation is a document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree or professional qualification presenting the author’;s research and.
Karen F. Owen, a 2010 Duke grad, composed an in-depth, thesis -like document titled An Education Beyond The Classroom: Excelling In The Realm Of Horizontal.
College Thesis – The Huffington Post
Anyone who went to undergraduate school knows that completing a senior thesis can be draining.
But completing a senior thesis project in a school for
Liz Cheney’;s College Thesis. ’;What It Says About The Bush.
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Liz Cheney’;s College Thesis. ’;What It Says About The Bush Presidency’;. The 125-page treatise argued that, constitutionally and historically.
Step 1: Using Sections to Control Page Numbering
Using Sections to Control Page Numbering
The following instructions demonstrate numbering a dissertation document according to Rackham’s guidelines. These steps assume you are including a title page, a page, dedication and acknowledgements and other front matter, and then the body of your dissertation.
- Put your cursor before the first letter of “Dedication” or whatever is the first thing that comes after your page.
- On the Page Layout Ribbon, in the Page SetupGroup. click on the arrow next to the Breaks icon () and select Next Page under the Section Breaks section.
- If you turn on the paragraph markers, you should now see a section break on the previous page.
- Put your cursor before the first letter of your first chapter and repeat steps 2 and 3.
You have just separated your dissertation into sections. If you want to see what section you are working in, a the left end of Status Bar (at the bottom of your Word document), Word tells you what page you are on, how many words are in your document, which section you are in, and so on.
If you don’t see the section information, right-click on the Status Bar, and select Section in the menu that appears.
Step 2: Breaking the Connection Between Sections
Breaking the Connection Between Sections
By default, the headers and footers of each section are connected to those of the sections before and after it. Therefore, if you want different page number styles to vary from one section to the next (such as Roman or Arabic), you’ll need to break the connection between the sections. Particularly with landscaped pages, it is often helpful to break the connection in the header as well as in the footer.
- Put your cursor on the first page that needs the Roman numeral.
- On the Insert Ribbon, in the Header Footer Group. click on the arrow under the Footer icon and select Edit Footer .
- You should now be in the footer of that page; in the Header Footer Tools Design Ribbon, in the Navigation Group. unlink this section’s footer from previous sections’ footer by clicking the highlighted Link to Previous icon.
- Put your cursor in the header area, and again click the highlighted Link to Previous icon.
- Scroll down to the first page of the body of your dissertation (the chapters), make sure your cursor is in the footer, and click the highlighted Link to Previous icon again.
- Repeat for the header area.
You have now successfully unlinked footers of these sections. Any page numbers you put in the body of your document will not affect the page numbering of your front matter, and vice versa.
Step 3: Adding the Page Numbers
Adding the Page Numbers
- Scroll up to the section that contains your front matter and click in the footer of any page (don’t do anything for your title page and other pages that don’t require a page number).
- On the Insert Ribbon, in the Header Footer Group. click on the arrow next to the Page Number icon and select the positioning you’d like. Generally, Bottom of the Page is the choice, and either Plain Number 2 (centered) or Plain Number 3 (right aligned).
- To change to Roman Numerals, on the Insert Ribbon, in the Header Footer Group. click on the arrow next to the Page Number icon and select Format Page Numbers to set the “start at” number and the style of numbering.
- Scroll down to the first page of the next section (where your chapters start) and click in the footer.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the page numbers for this section. We have noticed in Office 2010 that sometimes when you insert the page number in the chapters’ sections it automatically turns to Arabic. If that is the case, then you just need to follow step 3 to make it start at 1.