Updating a table of contents in word
Creating a table of contents in a Microsoft Word document is a two-step process.
First, identify the text that you want to appear in the Table of Contents. Having created your Table of Contents, you can then customize it in several ways, to suit your needs.
Then, you tell Word to use your marked paragraphs to create the To C. It seems to me that the chance of human error in accidentally omitting to mark a heading is large. But if you're interested, look at Word's help under TC.
Each entry comes from a heading within your document, whether that’s a report, a white paper, a dissertation, or something else.
We can use the Styles pane in MS Word’s Home tab to “tag” each heading: Tip: When you update a table of contents in Word, choose “Update page numbers only” if your headings have moved (because you’ve added or deleted content) but their wording hasn’t changed.
Here's how you do it: You can customize the table of contents by changing the font used and the number of levels and by indicating whether to use dotted lines.
As you modify your document, the table of contents updates automatically.
Bookmark this page so you can come back to it later. Once you learn how to insert a table of contents in Word, you never forget.