Formatting bachelor thesis

Formatting bachelor’s, but also any other thesis is a tough challenge for many students. The key to success is to always first inform yourself about the requirements of your particular school and faculty for formatting the final theses. Many schools and faculties even have their own templates that are available for download on the web site and can be directly uploaded. These templates already have margins, partitioning, page numbering, and so on, making it much easier for you to do, so always ask.

Now let’s see the most common formatting issues students face:

Creating automatic content: In order to generate automatic content correctly, it is necessary to set the chapter structure. On the top of the Word tab, highlighted home, select the text breakdown on the right. Heading 2, and so on, divide the chapters and subchapters accordingly. Once all chapters have been correctly marked, on the Reference tab, then select the Content button in the left corner. Here you choose what type of content you want to generate, one click to select it, and automatic content is generated on your own page. If you make any changes or modifications to the text, just click on the content page that turns gray. Right-click to expand the menu, where we can also update the field, which we choose, and the content itself will adjust to its current form.

Partitioning page numbering: For most schools, the final thesis is numbered in a similar way, with the first page always being the title page, then the annotation in English (or other language) languages, thanks and automatically generated content. All these parts of the text have hidden numbering, which usually appears on the page with the beginning of the work. Setting a job page numbering from a particular place is one of the most common problems students don’t know about, so we’ll describe it in detail in the following article.