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- Globetrotter and now a small-town woman.
- Graduate school via long distance at Cal State. Interdisciplinary thesis: Literature and Religious Studies. Subject: Murakami Haruki and Kafka On the Shore
- Former (successful) legislative advocate for auto-injury prevention for children ages 4-10 at state, national, and international levels. Lost a son, age 4, in a SUV rollover.
- (Prizewinning)Journalist and columnist
- Novel manuscript completed but no time to market it. "Twisted Ticket"
- Patron is beloved spouse, but the madding crowd of work--PR or teaching--is inevitable!
|asked||Literary analysis: Requisites for a formal critique?|
Are there straightforward instructions for MS WORD 2013 for numbering in different formats, yet maintaining a chronological count?
THANK YOU all again. I will advise which one of these actually works when I do it. It had better be very soon! Such Christmas gifts! Lauren has the best one because she addressed controlling the chronology. I've discovered under Insert a "hard" section break so it MAY be possible to make separate docs within the thesis itself. Word to the wise would -be paginator such as I, I do know not to use WORD's merge functions ; 'tis buggy. As for the template replies, thanks go to the template idea but once a thesis is published in ProQuest, it's locked in a pdf. document. No entrez! I will update this
|asked||Are there straightforward instructions for MS WORD 2013 for numbering in different formats, yet maintaining a chronological count?|