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There really is no convention for indicating the end of things in text. You are asking for a way to move up the hierarchy of the document without a title to indicate the change. There really isn't a reliable way to indicate that to a reader. Titles indicate the beginning of things not the end of things. What there is a convention for is creating a ...


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Indentations. 1.1 Main section (starting) Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet 1.1.1 Sub section 1 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet 1.1.2 Sub section 2 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet 1.1.1.a. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet 1.1 Main section (ending) Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet This makes it very easy to follow. Granted, if you have too many subsections you're ...


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This might depend on your field (or department/school/institution guidelines), but at least I simply insert the epilogue (because that's what it is) at the end of the last subsection. If your writing is coherent enough, it shows. For instance: 1. Main section ... In chapter 1 I will talk about a, b, c, because of this and that, and it's important because, ...



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