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Unformatted text preview: Typical requirements for report writing Two cover pages (UTS assign cover page and report cover page) A table of contents A list of tables, figures, abbreviations, etc. Appropriate title for figures, tables, etc. Appropriate numbering of pages, figures, tables No specific format required for paraphrasing, quotation, referencing, etc. A list of references (minimum two references) Appendix (if needed) Font type and size: Arial, 12 or 14 (preferred but other font types acceptable) Line spacing: 1.0 or 1.5 Page size is defined for each task in the assignment document. Total report size is determined by the recommended number of pages for each task. No penalty will be applied, if the actual size is slightly over or under the limit. File format: MS Word DOC file format only. No PDF or other formats will be accepted. For tables and graphs use MS Excel and directly insert into MS Word Text, table, graph, etc. must not be converted into pictures (e.g. through scanning or other means of manipulation) as the turnitin software cannot read pictures. ...
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