[OS X TeX] APA formatting

brian at pongonova.net brian at pongonova.net
Sat Mar 3 20:34:00 CET 2007


Surprisingly, my school doesn't require numbered sections...if
anything, our dissertations look very much like the apa
[man]-generated output, except for minor variations (for instance, we
don't use bold headings for chapter/section titles).  One of the
problems I've been having with the report style is having to create
macros that do, in fact, include unnumbered sections in the ToC.

I'll check out titlesec as well, thanks for the suggestion.


On Sat, Mar 03, 2007 at 01:41:20PM -0500, Alan Munn wrote:
> I think one of the reasons that APA style is not good for theses is 
> that almost all university thesis requirement require numbered 
> sections and subsections, which APA doesn't do.  You should probably 
> check with your university thesis office about this.

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