Applying styles to build a table of contents


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Applying styles to build a table of contents

If you've ever tried to manually build a table of contents, or TOC for short, by finding the corresponding page number and then going back to the TOC and manually typing it in, and the absolute frustration of keeping up with page numbering every time the document changes, you'll love how easy it is to apply styles to keep track of all of that for you. Also gone are the days of having to manually mark all instances of a TOC. Just use styles and tell Word to build the TOC for you.

The first thing we need to do is tell Word what information to use in the TOC by applying our styles. In our first exercise file, we'll be applying Word's default heading styles one through four to our document. By using Word's built-in heading styles, Word will then be able to create a TOC automatically for you. Let's first turn on our paragraph marks. Click on the little icon that looks like a paragraph mark. Next, let's open the Styles pane, and then we'll go to Draft view--so go t...

Applying styles to build a table of contents
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Applying styles to build a table of contents provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2010: Styles in Depth

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Business
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