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My thesis contains many examples (c. 300) each of which is numbered and has a unique label. I also have a database containing all my examples (c. 1000) and those which have been included in my thesis (and a few that were included but have since been commented out!) have the label given them in the thesis in as a field.

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yrieithydd: (Wyddor)
36 pages of my thesis/dissertation* have colour graphs on it. I asked the faculty computer bod about colour printing and she suggested the Oriental studies basement at a £1 a sheet. This would be expensive. I checked the Computer service printing pages which tells me I can get 25p a side in the Phoenix User Area.** This is better, but will still cost me £18 for the initial softbound copies and a further £9 for the hardbound copy. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Annoyingly dad has a colour printer, but I want to be in Cambridge before I'm at the colour printing stage. Emailing him the copies and getting them sent might be cheaper but rather complicated and risky on the postal service!

*Paul reckons t'other place uses thesis for DPhils but Cambridge uses disseration. This seems to be borne out my the English Faculty Blue Book for PhD students (PDF) but has anyone else noticed it?

**Question for [livejournal.com profile] caliston, Am I right in thinking that was where we took Martin on Saturday?

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