Rather than copying and pasting material from one file to another (e.g., chapter 1 and chapter 2); first, open the first file and then go to the place in the document where you want to insert the second file. Now on the insert tab go to the “Object” in the text block and click on the down arrow and then select “Text from File.” Go to the Word file that you want to insert and click on it like you would normally do to open. The second file will now be added to the first file. This is a good way to handle tables, charts, and figures. Just prepare each one in a separate file and then at an appropriate time, insert it in the proposal or dissertation rather than doing along the way in your draft documents.
As your blog hostess, I suppose I should tell you something you would not find on LinkedIn or a curriculum vita, so I shall. I am an animal lover, a semi-professional photographer, a seamstress, and a career student who just happens to have the most amazing teenage granddaughters ever born! My other business is a writing service for children: www.atlantapawpals.com
Please feel free to ask for elaboration of any issue you see in this blog. If you want to know more about something that is not listed, please email me. email@example.com If I do not have the answer, I will find someone who does.