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Tables should be labeled with a number preceding the table title; tables and figures are labeled independently of one another. Tables should also have lines demarcating different parts of the table (title, column headers, data, and footnotes if present). Gridlines or boxes should not be included in printed versions.
Labeling Tables and Figures Tables and figures must all be labeled with numbered captions that clearly identify and describe them. Figure captions are generally placed below the figures, while table captions must be placed above the tables.
Figures should be labeled with a number followed by a descriptive caption or title. Captions should be concise but comprehensive. They should describe the data shown, draw attention to important features contained within the figure, and may sometimes also include interpretations of the data.
A figure caption is centered under the figure; a table caption is centered above the table (if a caption is more than one line, make it left justified). A Figure and its caption should appear on the same page. All captions should start with a capitalized word and end with a period.
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A reference within the text to a table, graph, diagram, etc. taken from a source should include the author, date and page number in brackets to enable the reader to identify the data. If you have already named the author in the text, only the publication year and page number needs to be mentioned in brackets.
Select the object (table, equation, figure, or another object) that you want to add a caption to. On the References tab, in the Captions group, click Insert Caption. In the Label list, select the label that best describes the object, such as a figure or equation.
Select the table cells that you want to number. To number the beginning of each row, select only the first column in the table by clicking the column's top border. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click Numbering.
In the caption window, choose Figure from the Label box and then enter your caption. Word will automatically give it a number based on how many items of that label are already present in your document. Choose Table if you are captioning a table instead. Type or paste (Ctrl-V) your caption into the Caption field.
From the Insert menu, choose References and then select Caption from the submenu. ... In the Caption dialog box, click the AutoCaption button. Check the object you want to associate with an automated caption. From the Use Label drop-down list, specify the text you want to appear at the beginning of each caption.
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