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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert

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Creating and Modifying a Table of Contents

If you create a long document with headings and subheadings, such as an annual report or a catalog that has several sections, you might want to add a table of contents to the beginning of the document to give your readers an overview of and the document’s contents and to help them navigate to specific sections. In a document that will be printed, you can indicate with a page number the starting page of each section; if the document will be distributed electronically, you can link each heading and subheading in the table of contents to the section in the document, so that readers can jump directly there with a click of the mouse.

By default, Word expects to create a table of contents based on paragraphs ...

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