A dissertation is the crowning achievement of years of graduate study. But many graduate students struggle long hours with formatting their dissertations properly. This book guides a graduate student, step by step, thorough the process of using Microsoft Word to produce a dissertation that meets the requirements of the student's graduate school -- the first time it's submitted. Throughout, the book uses real-world examples of formatting requirements from actual graduate schools, and is amply illustrated to provide a visual guide to working through Microsoft Word. Tips and tricks about Word will help a graduate student devote time to the content of the dissertation, not its formatting.In such a case, you might want to move some text from before the table to after it, or you might want to insert a manual page break ... Word 2003 can prevent most widows and orphans if you have configured your style to do so (section 126.96.36.199).
|Title||:||Writing Your Dissertation with Microsoft Word|
|Publisher||:||Mattily Publishing - 2005|