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List of Tables (Section Formatting) *Required (if tables are included)
Examples: List of Tables || Setting Tabs

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If your thesis/dissertation contains one or more tables, a List of Tables is required. The List of Tables is similar to a Table of Contents, in that it identifies all of the tables in the manuscript, along with their respective page numbers.

Setting Up Tabs
  1. Create the "List of Tables" heading (2" from the top of the page, styled as a 1st level heading).
  2. Set page spacing to single-spaced.
  3. Click on the bottom right of the Paragraph tab to open the Paragraph Settings window.
  4. Click on the Tabs button at the bottom left of the window.
  5. Set the first tab to 0.75" (Align LEFT; Leader NONE).
  6. Set a final indent to 6.5" (Align RIGHT; Leader DOTTED - if you want to have a dotted leader line).
  7. Click Save on the Tabs window and then close the Paragraph settings window.
  8. Click and move the right indent to 6.0" so that any long headers will wrap to the next line.

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