Answered By: Mary Ellen Valverde
Last Updated: Sep 22, 2015     Views: 105

The current template does have an appendix A at the end of it.  I’m not sure if you’re trying to do something different, so I’ll try to cover all the bases here.

I use this code for one Appendix:

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\newpage

\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Appendix A}    

 

\noindent \textbf{Appendix A}   

\vspace{12pt}

 

\noindent Appendices at the end of a dissertation are optional, and depend on the content of the dissertation. There can be one or more appendices, however they should retain the page numbering requirements for dissertations.  Any concerns about the formatting of an appendix should be brought to Doris Oliver, who can direct you how to format your appendix if you have questions.

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 I tried copying the same text to create multiple appendices and it worked with continuing the page numbers without a problem.  The appendices are all in one file this way.  I’ve included the output pfd as stevensDissertation.pdf. 

 

If you want to have each appendix included as separate files, I tried this:

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\newpage

\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Appendix A}    

 

\include{AppendixAAA}

 

With ApendixAAA.tex looking starting like this:

\noindent \textbf{Appendix A}   

\vspace{12pt}

 

\noindent Appendices at the end of a………………

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The \appendix macro does renumber the appendices starting from 1.  There is probably some way around that while still using the macro, but I haven’t looked into it.  That’s why I found a few ways around it to avoid using it.

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