Research fuels innovationaand with this focused guide to Microsoft Word, you can help increase your teamas collaborative power and effectiveness, and bring new research to life. Writing proposals, reports, journal articles, theses, and other technical documents as a team poses unique challenges, not the least of which is consistent presentation and voice. You must also manage the formatting and accuracy of figures, equations, and citations, and comply with the style rules of external publications. In this book youall learn from the authorsa extensive experience managing the authoring and publication of technical content, and gain specific practices and templates you can apply right away. Focuses on the unique challenges of writing and producing documents in an academic or commercial RaD setting Demonstrates how to use Microsoft Word to increase the quality of collaborative document preparationaincluding formatting, editing, citations management, commenting, and version control Includes downloadable templates that help automate creation of scientific documents Offers best-practices guidance for writing in teams and writing in the scientific genreIn order to cross reference a figure click Insert-Cross Reference-Figure-Only label and number, then select the appropriate figure. This procedure is the ... MathType is superior to Worda#39;s built-in equation editor because it allows exporting to LaTeX and is faster. To cross reference an ... For example, you can add aChaptera in front of the chapter number to make this the format of Heading 1*. Next time, whenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating Research and Scientific Documents Using Microsoft Word|
|Author||:||Alexander Mamishev, Murray Sargent|
|Publisher||:||Microsoft Press - 2014-11-04|