How to format PhD thesis

posted
05-Mar-13, 14:57
Avatar for LarryDavid
posted about 7 years ago
I am hardbinding my finished thesis on Monday and I've go a question in the back of my mind.

When submitting for the viva I couldn't work out how to page-break the endnotes from the main thesis and THEN have the bibliography after that. As such, my biblio is in the same section as my 8pt footnotes but of course formatted to the normal 12pt.

So my question is how do you separate the endnotes and the biblio?

Originally I had all my notes as footnotes and then simply clicked "convert to endnotes" (in case that might be important..???)

Thanks

LD
posted
05-Mar-13, 17:43
edited about 18 seconds later
Avatar for bewildered
posted about 7 years ago
Hi,

Can't promise it will work but assuming this is word, this has worked for me:
Change the endnote setting to end of section rather than end of document, and then insert a page break after the endnotes.
http://www.ehow.com/how_3391266_add-information-after-endnote-word.html for a step-by-step version.

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