Table of Contents
Word has a feature which will use heading styles from your document to automatically create a Table of Contents.
You can watch videos or download entire courses about working with footnotes in Word here:
Articles with instructions can be found at the following links:
If you are saving your entire thesis or dissertation as one document, you will need to use section breaks to allow you to format the first page of each chapter properly. Information about this feature can be found at the following links:
Note: You will want to use "Next Page" section breaks between chapters.
You can follow the instructions at Number pages differently in different sections to number the pages for each section of the document. Remember to use the "different first page" option!
The following information may be helpful when you are ready to create your bibliography:
You can read how to add captions in Word in this article (applies to Word 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016).
Save as PDF
Follow these instructions to save your Word file as a PDF.
Using PDF-XChange Editor
PDF-XChange Editor is a software that allows you to work with PDF files. For your purposes here, you can use it to pull certain pages out of a larger PDF file to share with your adviser, or you can use it to merge multiple PDF files into one file for submission.
Please note: If your entire document is saved in one Word file, you can simply save that file as a PDF in Word. No need to use an extra piece of software!