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A table of contents usually includes the titles or descriptions of first-level headings (chapters in longer works), and often includes second-level headings (sections or A-heads) within the chapters as well, and occasionally even includes third-level headings (subsections or B-heads) within the sections as well.
A table of contents usually includes the titles or descriptions of first-level headings (chapters in longer works), and often includes second-level headings (sections or A-heads) within the chapters as well, and occasionally even includes third-level headings (subsections or B-heads) within the sections as well.
A table of contents usually includes the titles or descriptions of first-level headings (chapters in longer works), and often includes second-level headings (sections or A-heads) within the chapters as well, and occasionally even includes third-level headings (subsections or B-heads) within the sections as well.
Apply the built-in Heading styles to the headings in your text. In Word 2003 and before: Insert > Reference > Tables and Indexes. Click on the Table of Contents Tab. Click OK. In Word 2007 and Word 2010: References > Table of Contents > choose an option from the menu.
Table of Contents is the correct form. If you think of the book as being full of chapters or ideas (one chapter, two chapters), then "contents" fits better. if it's full of knowledge or entertainment (one does not say "two knowledges"!), "content" is the word. Certainly, "Table of Contents" is more common.
So, to help your reader find information easily, you must include a Contents page. Usually, the Contents page will come after the Acknowledgements and Abstract, and before the List of figures (if you have one) and the Introduction. The next page details how you should list any tables or illustrations.
The Table of Contents (TOC) is an organized listing of the chapters and major sections of your document. A clear, concise, and well formatted TOC is the first indicator of a good research paper. To save yourself some time in making your Table of Contents, be sure that you use font styles.
To write a table of contents, open a new document and list the major headings, titles, or chapters of the project in chronological order. Next, insert subheadings or subtopics if your project has those. Fill in the page number where each heading starts, then format the content in a table with 2 columns.
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