In this video, learn how to mark text as a heading and then insert an automatic table of contents that uses those headings to list contents and their page numbers. You will also know how to update a table of contents when content changes, and edit the table's appearance.
- [Instructor] In this week's Word tip, we're going…to deal with creating and updating…an automated table of contents.…A table of contents will typically appear…in longer documents in Word.…We're going to work this file…called Best of Landon Hotel Guide 002.…Check out the bottom left corner in the status bar,…it's an eight-page document,…this will work for a table of contents.…Page one is a cover page, it talks about the different…Landon hotels that will be covered in this issue.…As we scroll down to the next page you can see it's blank.…
This is ideal for a table of contents, so as you're creating…your own longer documents, remember to keep a page aside…for a table of contents.…It can be added after the fact, but I like to have…it sitting there waiting.…Now we'll scroll down to the next page.…Page three actually has content about the first Landon…hotel in West End, London.…You can see there's a heading there, some paragraph text,…and it continues on to the next page…with another section and another heading.…If we click in these headings, go ahead…
Skill Level Intermediate
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