I want to add an appendix with continuous page numbering to my thesis, which is a report document class. I have tried doing as follows, but all of the sections are shown in the first page of the appendix and then the tables and figures appear. I want each title to be for a certain group of table/figures, however.

\section{Univariate Models Additional Results\label{Univariate}}
\section{Multivariate Models Additional Results\label{Multivariatevariate}}
\section{Logistic Regression Additional Results\label{Logit}}
\section{Models Performance Additional Results\label{all}}

It looks like this in the table of contents: enter image description here

and like this in the report itself: enter image description here

So mainly two questions:

  1. How to have continuous page numbering for the appendix?
  2. How to put each section of the appendix (A.1,A.2,...) on the corresponding page with relevant table and figures?
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    Dec 8, 2020 at 20:24

1 Answer 1


You have not shown what you have done. You have to enter the tables and figures for each section after the \section command. Perhaps they are too large for the page in which case put \clearpage before the next \section.

Normally the bibliography will not make changes to the page numbering nor will the \appendix macro so I have no idea why your appendix page numbering is reset to start at 1 following your bibliography.

  • It puts the sections in the right place but the tables start at the end of the page where section name is. I am also using \usepackage{flafter} so the tables/figures will be after the reference points.
    – Agi
    Dec 8, 2020 at 19:23
  • Nevermind, got it fixed.
    – Agi
    Dec 9, 2020 at 16:45

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