Creating a TOC that Includes Specific Styles Want to create a special TOC that contains different elements of your document? Changing how that table of contents looks is also easy, provided you change the styles that Word automatically applies to the parts of the TOC.
Insert a TOC without Upsetting Pagination Insert a table of contents in your document, and your page numbering may get thrown for a loop.
If you want the page numbering to remain constant, then you'll appreciate the advice in this tip.
Fortunately, there are many variations you can apply.
The following articles discuss specialized tables of contents and how to efficiently format them.
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Adding Column Headings to a Table of Contents Word makes it easy to create a Table of Contents.
If you want column headings in that table, getting them takes a bit of ingenuity. Creating a Simple TOCSometimes a table of contents created by Word can have a few too many bells and whistles.
Here's how to get rid of the hyperlinks that Word automatically adds to a TOC.
Creating a Table of Contents from Heading Levels If your document is any length at all, adding a table of contents is a nice touch.
This tip demonstrates how easy it is to create a TOC based on the headings in your document.