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Old 07-18-2014, 05:25 AM
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Originally Posted by ezrayst93 View Post
I am afraid you don't quite get my question. I am alright with the headings and what not. However, when it comes to captions of figures I put in the thesis, it is a different matter. They appear like this:
Table I.1 (I want it to be Table 1.1)
Figure II.4 (I want it to be Figure 2.4)

The Roman Numerals appear because I use roman numerals for my Heading 1. What do you think? Thanks
I got your question just fine. I just don't have time right now to set up a document in that format to play around with. I don't know the answer off-hand. However, I am not the only volunteer answering questions here and someone else may have an answer for you before I can come up with one. My other suggestions were simply addressed to your writing a thesis with numbered headings. If you have not read Shauna Kelly's article chances are strong that your numbering structure is messed up even if you haven't seen evidence of that yet.

I'm fine with Roman numerals. I'm a lawyer and we still use Latin from time to time. My favorite is "Res ipsa loquitur." It means "the thing speaks for itself," which it obviously does not, being in Latin.
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