Creating a table of contents


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Creating a table of contents

If you have ever picked up a long document, maybe it was a book or a manual, for example, you know how important reference tools can be. Reference tools include things like a table of contents near the beginning of the book to help readers find a specific location. A chapter, for example. Or maybe you have got a recipe book in front of you and you are looking for a recipe on a particular type of food. Maybe it's chicken. You go to the index at the back, look up chicken, and you might find recipes scattered about the book and you get their page numbers so you could quickly reference those recipes.

Well, in Word 2007 you have a number of reference tools to work with, and they come in very handy when working with long documents. In fact, if you go up to the Ribbon, you will notice there is a tab dedicated to those reference tools. If I click on it, you will see a section for working with the table of contents. We have got Endnotes and Footnotes, Citations and a Bibliography, Table of ...

Creating a table of contents
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Creating a table of contents provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents

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Business
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