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How do I limit headings in a table of contents?
Go to References > Table of Contents. Select Custom table of contents. Use the settings to show, hide, and align page numbers, add or change the tab leader, set formats, and specify how many levels of headings to show. For more info, see Custom table of contents .
How do I change the headings in a table of contents?
Go to References > Update Table. Select one of the following: Update page numbers only This only updates the pages that the headings are on, and ignores any changes to the heading text. Update entire table This will reflect any updates to the heading text, as well as any page changes. Select OK.
How do you change the heading level in a table of contents?
Click anywhere inside the TOC. Go to the References tab > Table of Contents > Insert Table of Contents. On the Table of Contents window, change the Show levels setting from 3 to 4 or 5, depending on how deep you want to go. Click OK. Say Yes to replace the existing TOC.
How do I add a new heading in a table of contents?
Format your document using heading styles found on the Home tab, e.g., Heading 1, Heading 2, and so on. Place the cursor where you want the table of contents to appear (usually, the beginning of the document) Click Table of Contents on the References Tab, and choose one of the types of tables of contents available.
How do I change the table of contents font?
Click References, click Table of Contents, and then click Insert Table of Contents. (Again, you're going to replace the existing table of contents with the one you want.) Click Modify, click one of the heading levels, and then click Modify. Click Format, click Font, and then make the font changes you want.
How do I only show heading 1 in table of contents?
List section headings in a table of contents without showing a page number. Apply the Heading 1 style to your section headings, and use a different style for the other headings. Click the table of contents, and then press Alt+F9. In the field code, add n 1-1, which means no number for level-1 headings.
How do I view all headers in a table of contents?
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Why is my table of contents not showing all headings?
(To update the TOC, right-click on it and choose Update Field.) If headings in tables are still not showing up in your TOC, then it is possible that your document is exhibiting an early sign of corruption.
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