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  1. University of Michigan Library
  2. Research Guides
  3. Microsoft Word for Dissertations
  4. Automatic Numbering
This guide will help you use Microsoft Word for your dissertation. Topics include: formatting page numbers, using chapter templates, footnotes, images, and figures. Some screenshots may come from a previous version of Word, but remain relevant.

Page Contents

Learn about making subsections and appendices easier to number

  • Customizing Your Numbers
  • Outline Numbering in Appendices

Automatic Chapter and Subsection Numbering

Important Note: Not everyone needs this type of numbering; if your discipline doesn’t require it, skip this section!

Word can automatically number sections (Chapter 1, 1.1, 1.2, etc.) of your document and include the chapter number in the captions (Figure 1.2, 2.2, etc.).

  1. Make sure each of your chapter titles are in the Heading 1 style, and then click on one of your chapter titles.
  2. If you just need the chapter number included in captions, on the On the Home Ribbon, in the Paragraph Group , click the Multilevel List icon and select the one with the words Chapter 1 in it from the List Library section. If you need subsections numbered (for example, 2.1, 2.2, 2.12, etc.) as well, then choose the list the 1 Heading 1; 1.1 Heading 2 , etc. option (right side, middle row). Note that doing this once sets the formatting for all heading levels.
  3. Click OK when you are finished.
  4. If you typed in the text “Chapter #”, and now it is duplicating your efforts, delete the text you typed and leave the automatically generated chapter number.
  5. To follow the automatically generated chapter number with the title of your chapter on a new line, click just before the text of your title, hold down the Shift key on the keyboard, and then press the Enter key.

Note: If you have any problems with word automatically adding outline numbering to parts of your front matter, simply delete it. Your chapter numbers will reset to show the correct number of chapters.

Customizing Your Numbers

If you want to change anything about the numbers – for example, you are using the 1.1, 1.2, etc. style but would like the word “Chapter” to display automatically in front of the Heading 1 number, you want to change Arabic numbers to Ordinal, or you want to change the spacing after the numbers, you can.

Click one of your headings, then go back to the Home Ribbon, and in the Paragraph Group click the Multilevel List icon (see screen shot above) and select Define New Multilevel List…. Click the More>> button, then select the relevant list level.

  • You can use the Number style for this level: pulldown menu to choose from a various styles, as seen in the screenshot (below the Enter formatting for number: box).
  • In the screenshot, with the Level on the left set at 1, we added the word “Chapter”. Moving to the second level, you can change the period in between the level and sublevel to a dash or anything you want in the Number format box.
  • You can also see that a tab follows the number – you can change it to a space or none. You may have to adjust this if the alignment seems off.

Outline Numbering in Appendices

You may also restart number for captions in your appendices or other separate areas of your dissertation. You will need to change your outline numbering settings before inserting your captions.

We are going to do a variant of the steps above, but instead of defining new levels for your list, you will be editing the first level from this point forward. This should work, but sometimes Word acts up, and even though you’ve followed all the steps, it doesn’t take. If that happens, set up an appointment with ScholarSpaceand we’ll help you out.

  1. Apply the Heading 1 style to the title of your Appendix.
  2. On the Home Ribbon, go to the Paragraph Group , click the Multilevel List icon and select Define New Multilevel List…. Make sure the whole dialog box is showing by clicking on the More>> button (if it says <<Less instead, you are all set).
  3. Under Enter formatting for new number :, replace “Chapter” with “Appendix.”
  4. Choose the appropriate style, (such as A,B,C,… ) from the Number style for this level: pulldown menu.
  5. Set the correct letter or number in the Start at: pulldown.
  6. In the Apply changes to: pulldown, choose This point forward .
  7. Click OK to close the dialog box.

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I once had a manager that became so upset and vile when it appeared we would miss an unrealistic deadline after I defended one of my team for not releasing a drawing on time that she could not talk to me without being caustic.she resorted to bypassing me and telling one one my team members to tell me what needed to be done and that if things didn’t happen I’d be sorry. Many friends and associates suggested I quit working for her and move to another project. I enjoyed the work and the project enough to look past her attitude toward me. I copped by enjoying the work and keeping the rest of the team out of her line of fire. I recognized this was her first major role in a leadership position working with a major customer and that she was under a lot of stress to perform and didn’t want to look bad. I had a good working relationship with my counterparts on the customer team which helped alleviate some of the pursue both on myself and my boss. About 6 months later on a business trip that required just the two of us to go on, as we were driving I mentioned that I was sorry I hadn’t met her expectations and asked what could have been done differently to have prevented the problems. As she pondered the point and realized that there had been other more significant milestones missed unrelated to mine we started a discussion that became a turning point in our relationship. We parted friends at the end of the successful program. if I had left, I don’t believe the project would have turned out as well as it did, more pressure and anger would have fallen on other team members, and this new manager would likely have not grown and learned the valuable lessons she needed to know to become a better manager.

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Even if the specimen itself is later lost or destroyed, the catalog entry remains as a permanent record of the original specimen. The importance of creating this record, by the physical process of data entry and labeling, cannot be understated. For natural history collections, a large fraction of the scientific value of the specimen is tied to its associated data. The catalog number is the link between the specimen and the data; if this link is broken, then the specimen may lose much of its usefulness for research and education.

A unique identifier ensures a permanent record of the original specimen.

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, the act of cataloging and accessioning may or may not be the same thing. An accession record contains issues that are most relevant to ownership of the specimen; for example, how and when it was acquired, whereas catalog records allow you to assess what you have, what condition it is in, and where it is. The catalog is the intellectual link to your collection and the key to the physical specimens. The bigger a collection is, the more important this organizational link becomes.

Catalog numbers are of vital importance when specimens are used for research. Specimens are always referred to by their catalog number in scientific publications. This enables other researchers to reference the specimen in their publications, or to confirm or reject the observations of other scientists by directly examining the specimen themselves. Citing the catalog number makes sure that everyone is looking at the same specimen and the same set of associated information.

What is a catalog number?

You mark the catalog number on the object, and create a catalog record for each number. The number links the object and the documentation. This number may be different from an accession number that identifies the transaction that establishes ownership of the object or group of objects.

Chapter 3: Cataloging of the National Park Service’s Museum Handbook, Part II: Museum Records is available online .

It may not be possible to catalog newly excavated fossils until enough preparation work has been done to identify the specimen. It is important that the person who does the cataloging knows enough about the specimen, its origin, and the collection generally to make accurate identifications, detailed observations, provide cross-references to related objects, and place the specimen within the context of the larger collection. Whether you are cataloging onto a paper worksheet, a catalog card, a ledger, or a computer database, you should always follow the same format to ensure consistency. In a computerized database each piece of information is entered into a separate field , which is the specified area used for this particular type of data (see C1RCA Womens Natasha High Sneaker Black Iris/Pewter HoTdeSJBI
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Filtered resources

Filtered or secondary sources are summaries and analyses of the evidence derived from and based on primary sources ( unfiltered ). They provide an appraisal of the quality of studies and often make recommendations for practice.

What kinds of studies are relevant?

Use the handy metasearch tools below to find many different levels of evidence in one easy search:

- searches across a large range of evidence based sources for example, Evidence Based Synopses, Systematic Reviews, Guidelines organised by country, core primary research, eTextbooks and patient Information.

Is there more synthesised evidence that busy practitioners can access to quickly make informed decisions about patient care?

The diagram below shows higher levels of synthesised evidence.

Clinical practice guidelines "are designed to support the decision-making processes in patient care . The content of a guideline is based on a systematic review of clinical evidence - the main source for evidence-based care". CLARKS Womens Un Swan Mary Jane Flat Dark Brown bh6iUa

Here are some sites where you can search for Clinical Guidelines.

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use the Limit Publication Type and select Practice Guidelines. In Medline use the Limit Publication Type and select Practice Guideline .

This portal provides links to guidelines developed for use in Australian health care settings.
A comprehensive database of evidence‐based clinical practice guidelines and related documents produced by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, in partnership with the American Medical Association and the American Association of Health Plans. It is updated weekly.
This provides national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health in the UK.
Promotes effective delivery of health and disability services based on evidence.
Gives users rapid access to bibliographic details and abstracts of consumer summaries, clinical practice guidelines, randomised controlled trials and systematic reviews in physiotherapy.
A source of systematic reviews of the effects of social interventions in Crime Justice, Education, International Development, and Social Welfare.
Under Publication Type Select Meta Analysis, Meta Synthesis and Systematic Review simultaneously. (Use Ctrl key).
The Cochrane Collaboration, established in 1993, aims to make the vast amounts of evidence generated through research useful for informing decisions about health.
Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health EBP source. From Publication Types select Systematic Reviews.
Under Publication Type select Meta-Analysis.
Accessed via the Cochrane site, DARE records contain details of systematic reviews of topics such as diagnosis, prevention, rehabilitation, screening, treatment and determinants of health.
Contains abstracts of systematic reviews and RCTs relevant to occupational therapy (critically appraised and rated to assist you to evaluate their validity and interpretability.)
Provides Best Interventions and Treatment Efficacy across the scope of Speech Pathology practice. It includes systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, non-randomised controlled trials, case series and single subject design studies.
The Physiotherapy Evidence Database is a free database of over 30,000 randomised trials, systematic reviews, and clinical practice guidelines. Topics also cover related allied health disciplines. Provides citation details, abstract and link to full text, where possible.
Hosts the Evidence‐based Practice Center (EPC) Evidence Reports. Click on a category of Completed Reports (e.g. "Lung Conditions") to view individual evidence reports and summaries.
Provides a portal to look at the role, nature and sources of evidence and the application of evidence in practice in the area of palliative care.
Web‐based resource of full‐text documents that provide health information and support health‐care decision making. Limit results by Evidence Reports, protocols, or preventive medicine.
Cochrane Clinical Answers
Critically appraised topics (CATs) and critically appraised papers (CAPs) focussing on occupational therapy interventions.
established for speech pathologists to share the task of evidence-based practice in a collaborative forum
Evidence Based Child Health (Journal)
Evidence Based Healthcare and Public Health (Journal)
International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare
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