Commit eb8cc020 authored by Edward Longman's avatar Edward Longman
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Add Volume Insstructions and make small text fixes

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\section{Getting Started with this Template}
If you are new to \LaTeX{} it is recommended that you carry on reading through the rest of the information in this chapter. Otherwise check Prerequisistes in Section~\ref{prereq}, and install the class in your \verb|texmf| folder.
This template complies with the style for the University Of Southampton.
This template complies with the style for the University of Southampton.
You should ensure that its style complies with the thesis style guidelines imposed by your institution if you are not at the University of Southampton.
To see how to change this template see Section~\ref{rebuilding}.
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%% Thesis.tex
%% README.tex
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\documentclass{ecsthesis} % Use the Thesis Style
\graphicspath{{../Figures/}} % Location of your graphics files
\usepackage{natbib} % Use Natbib style for the refs.
\hypersetup{colorlinks=true} % Set to false for black/white printing
\input{Definitions} % Include your abbreviations
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\title {How to use the University of Southampton LaTeX template and example
Thesis Output.}
\title {How to use the University of Southampton LaTeX template}
\authors {\texorpdfstring
{\href{mailto:el7g15@soton.ac.uk}{Edward Longman}}
{Edward Longman}
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\maketitle
\begin{abstract}
This introduction the University of Southampton Thesis template should get you started with this template as quick as possible.
Whilst knowledge of \LaTeX{} in advance is helpful this guide should be friendly
Whilst knowledge of \LaTeX{} in advance is helpful this guide should be friendly
enough to get started without it.
This guide has been produced in the style of a thesis, with some front sections omitted.
\end{abstract}
\tableofcontents
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The list of symbols command can be removed in this case.
Inserting the \verb|\printindex| command will put the glossary where you want it.
The recomended index package is \href{https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Indexing}{\texttt{makeidx}}.
\subsection{Multi-Volume Works}
This template has space for a volume number tag for multi-volume thesis. This can be used with the \verb|\volume| tag.
If volumes are used it is common practice to continue page numbering from one volume to the next.
To force the next volume to start at a specific number use the \verb|\setcounter{page}{n}| where $n$ is the first page of this volume.
Also you will need to continue the chapter number with \verb|\setcounter{chapter}{m}| where $m$ is the chapter number to start with.
There are more complex automatic follow on number methods, however for the sake of a small number of volumes entering the numbers manually is a small overhead.
If you wish to include full contents this is more complicated and will require manual editing of the \verb|.toc| file for each volume.
You will not be the first to want to do this and the \LaTeX{} community should be able to help with this.
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