Commit cb0573c8 authored by Ian Maquignaz (9IM14)'s avatar Ian Maquignaz (9IM14) 🇨🇦

Added a small section to help users and pdated placement of table captions

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......@@ -22,4 +22,7 @@ Latex allows you to add words and acronyms to a glossary which is found in \text
The glossary also allows you to keep track of acronyms and symbols. In the case of acronyms, LaTex defines the acronym on first use (such as \gls{lol}), then use the acronym afterwards (\gls{lol}).
\glsresetall % reset the glossary to expand acronyms again
Everything is hyperlinked to the glossary page of your thesis, and if you want, you can reset the glossary at any point to make the full definition of an acronym appear again using \textbackslash glsresetall (\gls{lol}). Symbols are not very interesting, but work like this: \gls{mySymbol}. Note the definition is not printed alongside the symbol.
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Everything is hyperlinked to the glossary page of your thesis, and if you want, you can reset the glossary at any point to make the full definition of an acronym appear again using \textbackslash glsresetall (\gls{lol}). Symbols are not very interesting, but work like this: \gls{mySymbol}. Note the definition is not printed alongside the symbol.
\textbf{Glossaries, Bibliography or Index not showing up?}
Did you compile them? They are not automatic. You have to manually click \lq Bibliography\rq, \lq Glossary\rq, and \lq index\rq under the TeXstudio \textit{Tools} drop-down menu.
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......@@ -20,13 +20,14 @@
\section[Examples]{Examples of things}
\subsection{Tables}
The following is an example of a table:
Table \ref{tab:testTable} is an example of a table:
% Example Table
% I recommend using http://truben.no/latex/table/ to help with making tables
% reference in the text using \ref{tab.testTable}
\begin{table}[!htbp]
\centering
\caption{Test Table}
\begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|} % options are l,c,r (left, center, right)
\hline
Things & Other Things & Last Thing \\
......@@ -38,8 +39,7 @@ The following is an example of a table:
~ & ~ & X \\
\hline
\end{tabular}
\caption{Test Table}
\label{tab.testTable}
\label{tab:testTable}
\end{table}
\clearpage
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