All notes should be indicated in the text with corresponding superscript numbers here1 rather than here1so that they are distinct from the text.
Automatically generating a Table of Contents A thesis requires a detailed table of contents that lists the headings and page numbers of each section. After adding content: Click on the Reference tab. Click on Table of Contents. When possible, avoid including symbols or foreign words in your abstract, as they cannot be indexed or searched.
Next to the caption Table 1, add a title for your table, which will appear in the list of tables. The Table of Contents will be generated automatically using the different levels of heading that you defined when you set up your outline.
If the Dedication page is not used, then starts with the Abstract page.
Cross-referencing Another useful tool found in the References tab is the Cross-reference button Cross-referencing allows you to link back to other paragraphs, tables or figures referring to them in your body text. You should now have a document outline with a list of headings for your sections maybe even a few sections filled in if you were feeling motivated to make a start!
Click on Custom Table of Contents. If an entry takes up more than one line, break up the entry about three-fourths of the way across the page and place the rest of the text on a second line, single-spacing the two lines.
Type a number 2 next to Heading2. Photographs and Graphics Each photograph or graphic, like all figures, must be given a number and a caption and must meet margin requirements, reducing the image if necessary. Faculty Resources Feedback!