Thesis Printing

Thesis Printing
Thesis Printing
Before you start printing your thesis, you should know what points you should take into consideration in order not to waste your paper. When you write the final copy of your thesis, you should take into consideration the instructions given by your thesis supervisor. Still, our guidelines presented below can be rather useful to you.

Instructions on Thesis Printing
- Print the 1st copy of your thesis on a watermarked acid-neutral “archival bond” paper;
- Print only the final copy of your thesis, do not print the drafts of your thesis;
- Get to know how many copies your academic institution requires – some of them claim 2. Some of them – 3 copies;
- Find out what paper your thesis should be printed on;
- Contact the Copytech staff in case you require additional copies of your thesis on archival bond paper. The Copytech staff can help you with making photocopies or, if you have an opportunity to print your thesis at home, they can sell you paper you need;
- Use Copytech facilities in order to make copies of your thesis for your references.

We would also like to give you advice on what you should pay attention to and what you should check before you start printing your thesis:
- Before you start printing your thesis, check the format of your thesis. Does it correspond to the requirements set by your academic institution?
- Before you start printing your thesis, make sure the page numbers are set in the right place;
- Before you start printing your thesis, check your punctuation;
- Before you start printing your thesis, make sure all paragraphs are formatted correctly;
- Before you start printing your thesis, make sure the headings are bold typed (where it is necessary);
- Before you start printing your thesis, CHECK THE TITLE PAGE twice!

Thus, a thesis printing requires checking your project, at least, twice!
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