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Formatting Your Dissertation (or Thesis) in Microsoft Word 2007 - Part 2

STOP! You can watch this video if you REALLY want to, but we have another version of this workshop developed specifically for online use. Go to http://z.umn.edu/formatdissertsim to use that MUCH BETTER version!

Focus on your research instead of your formatting! In this workshop, you'll learn how to use Microsoft Word features effectively and efficiently. We'll cover inserting images and charts, getting your page numbers in the right place, generating tables of contents and figures; and more. Please note that this workshop covers the basic formatting you'll need to comply with Graduate School guidelines. For advanced formatting questions, please consult the Writing Center. Participants should have basic experience using MS Word. Note this version of the workshop specifically uses Office 2007; an instruction manual is available for Word 2003. We will be using a template and not be working with individual dissertations. Class materials can be found on the Moodle page, at: https://moodle.umn.edu/course/view.php?id=5102

Presenter: Janet Fransen
Physical Science & Engineering Library
University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota Libraries

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