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Part One: Mark Table of Contents Entries

Before you create a table of contents, the document must be prepared. It is a good idea to indicate your outlining levels as the document is typed. If not, then you will have to go back and link the various levels.

The easiest  way to mark up the contents is to see use the Heading Styles to code:
Heading 1
    Heading 2
        Heading 3
                Heading 4

These built-in heading styles are easy to use.
Go to Home tab / Styles Group / Select a Style
Click the arrow for a complete listing of available options.



Highlight the text to mark
Select Heading from list

Repeat until all the entries are marked.

Part Two: Create the Table of Contents Options
Part Three: Update the Table of Contents


Created:  July 05, 2012

Sr. Arlene Callahan
Training Manager
Rivier University
Nashua, NH 03060

E-mail: acallahan@rivier.edu