This guide provides information that will help you use Microsoft Word 20 effectively for your dissertation.
Topics include: formatting page numbers, using chapter templates, footnotes, images, and figures.
option, you can format the way the table of contents will look: Choose a different style, hide page numbers, include more heading levels than the default three levels, and more.
If you choose instead to create a manual table of contents, Word will add dummy text to the table instead of using your headings, you'll have to manually type in each entry, and Word won't be able to update the table of contents for you--not very much fun. Once you've chosen one of the automatic tables of contents or the custom option, Word will create the table of contents for you.
If you have used Heading styles in your document, creating an automatic table of contents is easy.
The table of contents is a snapshot of the headings and page numbers in your document.
You can choose to Update page numbers only or Update entire table if you want to update the page numbers and the text.
To learn how to create a table of contents, see Create a table of contents.
“Dedication” and “Acknowledgements”) in the style Heading 1.
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The two automatic tables can be updated when you change the heading text, rearrange the order of your content, or change between heading styles.
(They only differ by either saying "Contents" or "Table of Contents" at the top.) Alternatively, if you click the Custom Table of Contents…