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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.
In the text, select each number level (not the paragraph. Actually click one of the numbers), and press Ctrl+spacebar to clear any direct formatting. If the text now looks the way you want it to, update the TOC. If the unwanted bolding is gone, you're done.
Because Word transfers explicit formatting from the headings to the TOC entries, this brings up something else you can do, if you'd like. You should be able to remove any explicit formatting from the TOC itself by selecting the entire TOC and pressing Ctrl+Space Bar and Ctrl+Q.
Go to References > Table of Contents > Custom Table of Contents. Select Modify. In the Styles list, click the level that you want to change and then click Modify. In the Modify Style pane, make your changes. Select OK to save changes.
Click where you want your Table of Contents to appear. Display the Table of Contents dialog. To do that: In Word 2000, choose Insert > Index and Tables. In Microsoft Word 2002 and 2003, choose Insert > Reference > Index and Tables. Click on the Table of Contents tab. Click OK.
To remove the bold from all the numbers in a list, just select one number in the list (as shown above) and press ctrl + b. Ctrl + b is the keyboard shortcut for adding and removing bold.
Go to References > Table of Contents > Custom Table of Contents. Select Modify. In the Styles list, click the level that you want to change and then click Modify. In the Modify Style pane, make your changes. Select OK to save changes.
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