You have to edit all of it manually to adjust the new page numbers.
Now that you have the styles and table of contents in place, you need to create a template to use for each chapter of your dissertation.
If you’re writing an engineering or a scientific dissertation, you presumably need to enter quite a few equations. Due to formatting, they will usually break and make your document messy. There is so much more that can be done with MS word, but we’ve only included the simpler steps to keep it that way for you. If you need any further assistance with editing, proofreading, and formatting.
A dissertation is the crowning achievement of years of graduate study.
Although the exercises outlined in the class documentation are based on the Graduate School's dissertation/thesis requirements, the techniques learned by using templates, styles, and special document breaks can greatly assist in using Word more efficiently for research papers, journal articles, proposals, lab reports, or any other writing project.
This book guides a graduate student, step by step, thorough the process of using Microsoft Word to produce a dissertation that meets the requirements of the student's graduate school -- the first time it's submitted.
Throughout, the book uses real-world examples of formatting requirements from actual graduate schools, and is amply illustrated to provide a visual guide to working through Microsoft Word.