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How do you add a caption to a chapter number in Word?

Step 2: Add chapter numbers to captions

How do you add a caption to a chapter number in Word?

Step 2: Add chapter numbers to captions

  1. Select the object (table, equation, figure, or another object) that you want to add a caption to.
  2. On the References tab, in the Captions group, click Insert Caption.
  3. In the Label list, select the label that best describes the object, such as a figure or equation.

How do you write a chapter heading?

Here are a few ideas for ways you can go about designing a chapter header that’s as great as your manuscript:

  1. Use text and a simple divider only.
  2. Accompany your text with a small graphic, symbol, or image.
  3. Opt for large and intricate artwork that fills the whole page, or even stretches across two pages!

What is chapter title?

How the author uses this strategy: Each chapter title is a short phrase (around five or six words on average) that will come up through dialogue in the chapter. It hints at the main conflict that will come up in the chapter, but doesn’t give details.

How do you make a different header for each chapter?

First, double-click anywhere in either the header or footer region of a page to make those regions active. The header/footer region becomes active and you’ll see a new “Design” tab show up on your Ribbon with controls for dealing with headers and footers. On that tab, select the “Different First Page” option.

How do I add more headings in Word?

To add a heading style

  1. Type the text you want into a Word document.
  2. Select a sentence that you want to add a header to.
  3. Select Home > Styles (or press Alt+H, then L), and then select the heading you want, such as the Heading 1 button.

What is a heading of a story?

A heading is a word, phrase, or sentence at the beginning of a written passage that explains what it’s about. A heading is very similar to a title. A heading is similar to a caption, a line below a photograph that briefly explains it.