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The format for your dissertation can vary from school to school but most of them have the same basic set up. These are the parts of a basic dissertation but make sure you check with your school before you start yours, in case I let something out that is required at your school.
General Formatting: The general format for most dissertations is that the entire document is double-spaced, the font is twelve point or can be nine for captions or you can use larger font for headings but don’t go larger than twenty. The kind of font can vary from school to school but most like Times New Roman, Courier, or Calibri. The margins are usually one in on the top and bottom and then one and a half inch on the sides to allow for binding of the dissertation. Preliminary pages should be numbered with Roman numerals and can be at the top or bottom depending on the school.