Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding a table of contents
newsletter as you go. If something won’t fi t, take it out and keep it for a later page,
rather than letting it get in your way. Otherwise, the whole project becomes too
confusing. Remember, you can keep your stories in a separate fi le and use the
highlighter to make it easy to see what you’ve already used.
Adding a table of contents
If you’ve used the heading styles correctly, Word can automatically create a table
of contents for your newsletter.
Put your text cursor where you would like your table of contents to go, and click
the Table of Contents button on the References ribbon. You can choose from three
different styles. Click on the top one and a table of contents will be inserted into
your document, including your article headlines and their respective page
numbers. You can edit the text to draw attention to particular articles.
When you want to update the table of contents, click on it and then click Update
table. Your options are shown in Figure 3.13.
Figure 3.13
You can choose to update the page numbers only. Use this if all you’ve done is
move articles around. If you’ve added new articles, choose to update the entire
table. This will reverse any changes you have made to article titles inside the table
of contents, though, so it’s best to edit your table of contents once you’ve fi nished
adding content to the newsletter.
 
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