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Step 1: Insert a bookmark. Select all the text in the section (this selection could cover several pages). Go to the Insert tab and select Bookmark. Step 2: Insert a TOC field. Once you've set up your bookmark, you need to insert a TOC field in front of the section.
Position the insertion point at the location in the document where you want the table of contents. Display the References tab of the ribbon. At the left of the ribbon click the Table of Contents tool. Click Insert Table of Contents. Click on the Options button.
Word allows you to include multiple tables of contents in a single document. Thus, you can have a table of contents for each chapter of a book, even if all the chapters are in the same document. The easiest way to create multiple tables of contents is to use styles.
Select all the rows in the table. Choose Format | Paragraph. Word displays the Paragraph dialog box. Make sure the Line and Page Breaks tab is selected. (See Figure 1.) Make sure the Keep Lines Together check box is selected. Click on OK.
The table of contents should be on its own page. It includes the table number, caption and page number, ordered as they appear in the text. List of appendices (optional, separate page) This list is used mainly for reports containing numerous appendices.
Step 2: Click somewhere inside the table so that the Table Tools tabs appear at the top of the window. Step 3: Click the Layout tab under Table Tools. Step 4: Click the AutoFit button in the Cell Size section of the ribbon at the top of the window, then click the AutoFit Contents option.
Select all of the rows in the table. In the standard Layout tab, within the Paragraph section, click on the Paragraph Options icon on the lower right. Click over to the Line and Page Breaks tab. Make sure that the Keep lines together box is checked. Click OK.
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