A properly formatted research paper includes six parts appearing in the following order: 1 title page 2 abstract 3 table of contents (optional) 4 body introduction literature review methods results discussion conclusion 5 references 6 appendix tables and figures (optional) the next few pages explain each of. Recent advances in growth research: nutritional, molecular and endocrine perspectives 71st nestlé nutrition institute workshop, vienna, october 2011 editor(s): gillman mw (boston, mass) gluckman pd (auckland) rosenfeld rg (los altos, calif) cover free access. A table of contents is the part of a book that is usually used only in nonfiction works that have parts and chapters a contents page is less common in fiction works but may be used if your work includes unique chapter titles a table of contents is never used if your chapters are numbered only (eg, chapter one, chapter two. The use of tables of contents in apa-style papers varies, depending on the type of paper that is being written a literature review usually does not contain a table of contents, but instead contains a standard title page, introduction, and list of references it would be divided into sections and is thus suitable for.
In this section this section will provide guidelines and information on how to format your paper using apa @ conestoga style this section covers font margins order of sections in a paper title page table of contents executive summary first content page headings paragraph format references format checklist. Detailed pages title page foreword acknowledgments (strong) summary/ abstract table of contents list of illustrations/figures/tables introduction body of the report conclusions and recommendations references endnotes appendices bibliography glossary illustrations acknowledgments (weak) index miscellaneous. As a final step, what then remains to be done are the mechanical elements, the cover page, table of contents, references, and so on therefore, this section discusses the parts of a report in the order in which you will usually proceed: first, the body second, the abstract finally, the mechanical elements. In order of appearance: prefatory pages ▫ frontispiece or quote page (optional ) faces the title page ▫ title page ▫ dedication (optional) ▫ abstract (not more than 150 words for master's, 350 for doctoral) ▫ preface (optional) ▫ acknowledgement (optional) ▫ table of contents (listing chapter heads and subheads.
Students must prepare a title page specifying volume i or volume ii (below the title in each volume) and include identical tables of content in each volume page numbering is consecutive beginning with page 1 of volume i to the end of the last volume the title page and table of contents in volume ii are not numbered. Ict-instructor ltu christer wahlberg ms word 2010 start by creating the report's outline it may look slightly different depending on in which department you are studying an example: • the title page • foreword • summary • abstract • table of contents(toc) • introduction • theory • method • evaluation/outcomes. January 1975 title page, acknowledgements, table of contents, and list of tables and figures ralph harold faulkingham follow this and additional works at: this article is brought to you for free and open access by the anthropology department research reports series.
Table of contents following report format, the table of contents should show the different sections of your proposal and the page numbers on which they begin. Do not type a section heading at the top of the second or subsequent pages of the table of contents the word continued should appear at the bottom of the previous page if possible, begin the second page with a chapter title or a level one heading (rather than a lower level heading) or with bibliography. Table of contents and page number this is a sample of creating a table of contents and page numbers as this page is a front cover, page number is not printed the second page following to this page is a table of contents fo:leader is used to fill the space between the title of the contents and the page number the page.
Describes how to use the lead-in emphasis feature to create a table of contents ( toc) in word one of the most common features of professional documents is the table of contents (toc) microsoft word widow and orphan: a widow is the last line of a paragraph printed by itself at the top of a page.
You can organize your document with text styles like titles, headings, and a table of contents you can customize the font and each item in the table of contents links to your document headings or title add or delete a table of contents mary is a docs & drive expert and author of this help page leave her feedback below. Page numbers styles configure word for working with styles styles used in the etdr template apply a different style modify a style copying/pasting section and page breaks table of contents add a new chapter add a new subdivision heading within a chapter figures and tables images powerpoint slides. You already know that a table of contents makes it easier for your readers to work with long documents of 10 or more pages any document that merits a cover page would also benefit from a table of contents to provide a high-level outline and built-in navigation for the people who use the document.