masters thesis word template

masters thesis word template

The Neumann Library provides Microsoft Word templates to help you compose your thesis/project in the format required by the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Templates define the correct pagination, margins, font size and style, and other formatting settings according to the guidelines specified in the guide.
Why use a template? Templates automate much of the formatting, saving you time. They make use of Styles, which are on the Home ribbon in Microsoft Word. A Style is a command used to format your text with predefined settings, including font size, spacing, indentation, and so on. If you highlight some text and click a style button, it will format that text according to the style. The Table of Contents will pull from these styles to automatically update the headings and page numbers.

Masters thesis word template
Instructions: Select the template you would like to use based on page number location and left margin setting, download the template to your computer, then in the fields where it says to “Click here and type…” you will click the field/line once and begin typing the appropriate text. Please note: If you remove or add any lines above where the placeholders are for document/section titles, then it will throw off the top margin text placement, making it so that your first line of text no longer meets the 1.75 inch top margin. If this happens by mistake, simply check to make sure the first line of text is on the third double spaced line of the page for all pages where this setting is required.
Templates for Word 2007/Word 2010:

References:

http://grad.uga.edu/index.php/current-students/policies-procedures/theses-dissertations-guidelines/theses-and-dissertations-templates/
http://www.eng.famu.fsu.edu/me/graduate

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