When I inserted the table of contents, I selected a "Show Levels" option of 7 and under "Options" I cleared all of the TOC Levels except for the "7" next to "Table Header". However, I did notice the following two anomalies: 1.
In the seventh entry, the ellipses between the end of the title and the beginning of the page number are missing.
(It’s sort of like riding a bike, but without the scraped knees.) A table of contents (TOC) is made up of entries.
Each entry comes from a heading within your document, whether that’s a report, a white paper, a dissertation, or something else.
It’s the “snapshot” of your document’s body.) We’ll be working with MS Word’s built-in styles and using the term quite a bit, so if you need a refresher before we begin, have a look at our MS Word styles tutorial first.
Bookmark this page so you can come back to it later. Once you learn how to insert a table of contents in Word, you never forget.
Click Table of Contents on the References Tab, and choose one of the types of tables of contents available.
To update the table of contents--for example, if you changed the heading title or page numbers have changed: 1.
Unfortunately, I was unable to do so because apparently you must have at least a 10 reputation to post images and I am new to this site so I don't have that priveledge yet.
Learning to create, format, or update a table of contents in Word isn’t hard.
You just need to follow a couple of straightforward steps.
(Note: A Microsoft Word table of contents—or any TOC, for that matter—shares many features with an outline.