In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows how to create a table of contents in Word using header styles.
(upbeat guitar and piano music)…- [Intructor] You can easily create a table of contents…in Word, by using the headings one, two, and three…from the style picker.…Highlight your top level items.…For each top level item,…set it to the Heading 1 style found on the home ribbon tab.…Set your second level items to Heading 2.…And any further items to level three.…When done, place your cursor…where you want the table of contents.…
And then on the references tab, click table of contents…and choose Automatic Table 1.…Your table of contents will be created…complete with page numbers.…(upbeat guitar and piano music)…
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- Drawing a table
- Adding page breaks
- Formatting text in a table
- Using section breaks to control column layouts
- Properly adding space between paragraphs
- Starting page numbering later in a document
- Recovering a document after a crash
- Including both portrait and landscape pages in a document
- Saving to Google Drive from within Word
- Editing PDF content in Word
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Word Quick Tips
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