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This guide will help you use Microsoft Word for your dissertation. Topics include: formatting page numbers, using chapter templates, footnotes, images, and figures. Some screenshots may come from a previous version of Word, but remain relevant.

Combining Chapter Files into One Document

Though it is more convenient to keep chapters separate as you work on them, your final submission will need to be one long document. You can combine all of the files into one large document (see steps below), and then use information in the following sections to generate your table of contents, lists of figures, tables and equations, and take control your page numbers.

On the other hand, some people prefer to leave them as individual files, sometimes because combining your chapter files produces a file so massive that opening, editing, and saving it is prohibitively slow. If this is the case, you will need to manually create the table of contents, list of figures, and so on, and will need to set the pagination in each document.

  1. Open the file that will begin your long document (e.g. “Chapter 1” or your front matter).
  2. Scroll down to the very bottom of that document.
  3. On the Insert Ribbon, in the Text Group , click on the arrow next to the Object icon and select Text from File… .
  4. Navigate to the document you wish to insert and click Insert .
  5. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for the remaining documents.

If needed, you can add a section break in between the inserted files so they start on a new page, but if you’ve built a page break into the Heading 1, you should get that automatically. See below for more information about sections.

Although such an explanation is plausible, the indications are that selection is not a simple serial process taking place at two discrete stages. When the task is relatively simple, looked-for properties can be distinguished substantially earlier than 100 milliseconds. There is also evidence of a more sustained, electrically negative change that can begin before 100 milliseconds and continue for perhaps several hundred milliseconds. This overlaps several components, supporting the idea that much processing must take place in parallel. Another component with attentional properties occurs just after 200 milliseconds when the incoming signal and current expectations are mismatched.

In addition to the transient electrical links that are associated with selective attention, there are longer electrical changes that occur during preparatory states when one anticipates making a rapid response to an expected signal. When the signal that requires the rapid response (the imperative stimulus) is preceded at a short but fixed interval by a warning or “get-ready” signal, the warning signal triggers in the cerebral cortex a slowly rising negative voltage, which reaches its maximum by the time the imperative signal arrives. (A race starter saying “on your marks, get set,” may be a warning signal; the following pistol shot, an imperative stimulus.) When the response has been made, the voltage returns to its normal level. This slow potential change, contingent on the association of the two stimuli and the individual’s intended response to the imperative second stimulus, has been termed the contingent negative variation (CNV). It appears as a correlate of focal attention, and it has been suggested that one of its functions may be to prime the appropriate areas of the cerebral cortex for the expected stimuli. The expectation must be focal—i.e., in the forefront of conscious awareness. If the preparation and response are well learned or the individual is distracted, the CNV is reduced. Conversely, if the individual concentrates on the task or is highly motivated to perform it well, the CNV increases in size. The CNV offers links with two-process theories of attention in that it seems to provide a physiological distinction between the more-demanding focal , flexible mode (large CNV) and the less-demanding automatic mode (small CNV). If the priming view of the CNV is correct, it may well indicate recruitment of the necessary resources to deal with the (imperative) task.

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You may be heading off for vacation this summer, but scams don't take a break. In fact, scam calls are up 60 percent so far this year and are expected to hit record-setting levels this summer.

Robocalls tend to spike this time of year, according to according to the YouMail Robocall Index . While not all robocalls are scams (some companies do place legitimate automated calls), YouMail estimates that over 27 percent of the 16.3 billion robocalls received in the first five months of 2018 were scams. And the Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker shows the number of scams reported to the organization this May and June is almost double the number flagged in 2017.

"There seems to be a pattern of robocalls spiking in the summer following tax season,” Daniel Smith, head of security research at security company Radware , tells CNBC Make It . Criminals are hoping that a few of the people they call daily are actually in debt with the IRS, which could give them leverage to draw in victims, Smith says.

Summer typically brings an influx of travel scams and student loan cons in particular. Here’s how to avoid them.

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They work because scammers play on people’s desire for something of worth, or the fear that they are losing something of worth, YouMail’s CEO Alex Quilici says. “Travel scammers don’t promise a $100 gift certificate — they promise free cruises and free hotel stays, something with real value,” he explains.

A major red flag is when a “free” trip requires you to pay up. If a company offers you a free vacation but then requires a fee or the purchase add-ons, it’s probably a scam, according to the Federal Trade Commission . Also, be suspicious of any offers that require you to “verify” your personal information or if you're asked for your credit card number.

“If you receive a call from an unknown caller offering you a free vacation or something else, chances are it is a scam and you should immediately hang up," Smith says.

With college graduation season wrapping up, fraudsters are targeting borrowers with scams promising to eliminate or reduce their debt. Student loan scams are up 23 percent since March, according to YouMail .

“Scammers are very opportunistic,” Dotan Weinman’s, assistant director of the FTC’s division of marketing practices, tells CNBC Make It .

Generally, these scams will promise to negotiate with loan providers to reduce or eliminate your balance. But Weinman says there’s nothing an outside company can do for you that you cannot do for yourself. Promises of “$0 monthly payments” or a chance to wipe out your debt are generally bogus.

"Both criminal robocallers and student loan repayment services can be ruthless in their attempts to contact consumers, even to the point of aggressively calling a single person more than a dozen times per day,” Smith says.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that you should never pay an upfront fee for a debt forgiveness service. It’s actually illegal for companies to charge anything before they show any results of reducing or eliminating the loan balance, according to the FTC .

One red flag is when a company offers loan forgiveness right off the bat. This process usually takes time and a lot of background information, so be very cautious of anyone promising otherwise. Also, don't work with a company just because they're using a Department of Education seal or boast some other government affiliation. Scammers routinely fake these credentials.

Remember, never give out yourFederal Student Aid (FSA) ID. If an unknown company asks for it on a robocall, hang up. Scammers could use it to take control of your personal financial aid information on U.S. Department of Education websites,” says Angara Vintage Diamond Dotted Frame Aquamarine Ring in Platinum eCJwyl

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