How to insert table of contents quickly in a Word document?
Creating a table of contents in a long word document may help you to quickly navigate to the part of the content as you need. This article, I will talk about how to insert table of contents quickly and easily in a Word file.
To create a table of contents in a Word document, the key is to format the text that you want to be linked in the table of contents as specific heading styles. Please do as this:
1. First, you should format the text that you want to link in the table of contents as Heading 1, Heading 2 and so on, see screenshot:
2. After setting the heading style for the text, please put the cursor at the beginning of the document, and then, click Reference > Table of Contents, then, choose one table style from the Automatic Table 1, see screenshot:
3. And now, the table of contents has been inserted into the document, you can click the linked text by holding the Ctrl key to go to that part of the document. See screenshot:
Note: If there are some changes in your document, you can update the table of contents by clicking Update Table, and in the Update Table of Contents dialog box, choose one option you need as following screenshot shown:
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