There are two styles that determine the appearance of the generated Table of Authorities (TOA): (1) a TOA Heading style, which affects the formatting of the TOA section headings (Cases, Statutes, Miscellaneous, and so on); and (2) a Table of Authorities style, which affects the formatting of the various TOA entries themselves.To modify one or both such styles, you can use either of the methods outlined above for modifying a TOC style.Call ahead (647-7406) or e-mail [email protected] make an appointment.After you have generated a Table of Contents in Word, you might notice that the TOC entries appear in the wrong font, that they are indented more (or less) than you want, that there is too much (or not enough) white space between the entries, and/or that something else doesn’t look quite right.However, modifying the formatting of one TOC style doesn’t affect the other eight styles, so don’t be surprised if you make some changes to the TOC 1 style and the generated TOC still doesn’t entirely meet your expectations.
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While we do use some of the requirements from Rackham’s formatting guidelines to demonstrate the tools, you must verify the formatting requirements with the appropriate office.
These documents provide information that will help you use Microsoft Word effectively for your dissertation.
This guide provides information that will help you use Microsoft Word 20 effectively for your dissertation.
Topics include: formatting page numbers, using chapter templates, footnotes, images, and figures.Quick reference to numbering headings and paragraphs in Word 1 Don't use the pretty numbering or bullet buttons on the toolbar or the ribbon.