Headings establish the organization of the manuscript. There are two types of headings in any manuscript: Placement Main headings always begin a new page of text and are placed 2 inches down from the top of the page. After a heading space, the title of the chapter follows.
How do I add page numbers in Microsoft Word? To use different page numbering schemes in different sections of your Word document, there are two tricks: One of the required page numbering changes for your thesis or dissertation is that you need to use Roman numerals e.
If you do not already have a "Section Break" between these two sections of your document, you will need to add one. Place your cursor at the very end of the text in the first section after your Table of Contents and any Lists of Tables and Figuresbeing careful NOT to place it in the footer where the page number is if the text above becomes grayed out, you are in the footer — try clicking higher.
After doing this, you should see a "Section Break Next Page " code inserted into your document. This tells Word that the next page begins a new section which may have a different header or footer. Go down to the next page below the section break in this example, the first page of Chapter Iand click on the page number in the Footer.
If your cursor is in the Footer, you should see "Footer -Section [ ]-" to the left, and "Same as Previous" on the right. Be careful not to confuse this with another tab labeled "Design" between the "Insert" and "Page Layout" tabs.
In the "Navigation" section of this tab, you will see a highlighted button labeled "Link to Previous" which tells Word to link the footer in this section to the previous section and to continue its page numbering scheme.
After clicking this, the "Link to Previous" button should no longer be highlighted. The "Same as Previous" box to the right of your footer should also disappear. The "Page Number Format" window will appear. Select the appropriate "Number format" for this section "1, 2, 3," or "i, ii, iii", etc.
In this example, we want Section 2 which begins at Chapter I and contains the main text of our thesis or dissertation to use Arabic numerals and to start numbering this section from page 1.
Click "OK" to finish.
You will notice that the page numbering for the current section has now been corrected, and if you unlinked it properly from the previous sections, the numbering in those sections should remain as it was before.
Next, you will need to change the page number format to lower-case Roman numerals i.
Click your cursor on the footer of your Abstract or Table of Contents page. Next to "Number format", select the "i, ii, iii, The page numbering for the section with your Abstract and Table of Contents should change to lower-case Roman numerals.Use subheadings when there are at least two subsections within a larger section.
Major sections, such as the Method, Results, and Discussion sections, are formatted with the first level of heading. Formatting Headings and Subheadings (APA). The thesis and appendices must be uploaded in a single file.
For more information about appendices, please see the Thesis Template Instructions. Note: Signatures, personal phone numbers, or personal email addresses (ones that contains part of a person’s name) must be redacted from your thesis.
thesis in one of two basic ways: (1) using the “Purdue format” to dictate layout of content and headings and using either APA or MLA for the formatting of tables/figures and references, or (2) using “pure” APA or MLA formatting for headings, tables/figures, and references.
You can set the page numbers for your entire document, or if you need more control, you can do it section-by-section as well.
If you want continuous pagination that is all in the same format, go to the Insert Ribbon, and in the Header & Footer Group, click on the Page Number icon. Organizing Your Sections Most thesis and dissertation chapters are divided up into sections and subsections, section, or use none (e.g., in an outline, you could divide a section numbered I section of the APA style manual advises: Regardless of the number of levels of subheading within a section, the heading structure for all.
4. Unlink section 2 from section 1. Since section 1 does not have page numbers, this will allow you to start page numbering in section 2. Note: You should do this before adding page numbers.