Report Writing

How to automatically build contents in Microsoft Word

Writing large reports can be a huge task, and keeping track of your page numbers as you edit and improve your text can be a nightmare. This short, but concise, video shows how to automatically build contents in Microsoft Word, which saves so much time and removes the need to keep track of page numbers or new headings.

It's a perfect trick for your business report, manuscript, dissertation or thesis! An automatic table of contents in your Word document, alongside automatic style updates, will save so much time!

Automatically format headings & fonts in Microsoft Word

Save time when writing your essay for university, or report for work, with Microsoft Word's style settings to format headings, titles, subtitles and body text. Each style setting can be easily updated to produce the exact requirement of your publication, university or brand. This video shows just how easy it is to apply the style settings to existing text and alter any settings in minutes.

Tips to write a good literature review

How to write a good literature reviewAll academics and students at university will have to write a literature review at some point. In a nutshell, a literature review is an attempt to create a complete account of what has been published on a topic. The literature review is usually placed near the beginning of the academic writing in a research paper, essay, research report or thesis.

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