Posted by Hemprasad Y. Badgujar on April 16, 2013
Format a Thesis or Dissertation in Microsoft Word
Our thesis formatting tutorial takes you step-by-step through the process of formatting your thesis from our template file. For more information on how to format and edit your manuscript, see our Thesis & Dissertation
Download the Tutorials & Template Files
Find your version of Microsoft Word below to download the handout distributed at the thesis-formatting workshops OIT offers each semester. OIT also provides a template for creating your thesis and an example of what a final thesis should look like. The Graduate School rules permit three differentheading and Table of Contents formats. To provide support for the greatest possible number of students, these files help you use the two most-frequently-used formats, numeric and simple. Please read the tutorial before you decide which format to use.
|Your Version of MS Word||Workshop Handout||Sample Files, Numeric*||Sample Files, Simple*|
|Word 2007 (Windows)||2007 Tutorial (PDF, 3.5 MB)||2007 Numeric (.zip, 96 KB)||2007 Simple (.zip, 84 KB)|
|Word 2010 (Windows)||2010 Tutorial (PDF, 3.5 MB)||2010 Numeric (.zip, 96 KB)||2010 Simple (.zip, 84 KB)|
* You can use your computer’s built-in Archive or Unzip utility to open these .zip files and access the individual sample files. You can also unzip them using dedicated .zip utilities, such as 7-Zip (Windows) or StuffIt Expander (Macintosh). Consult the Help documentation for your computer or program of choice for more information.
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