Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic B: Tables of contents and figures
Topic B: Tables of contents and figures
This topic covers the following Microsoft Office Specialist objectives for exam 77-881:
Word 2010.
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Objective
4.1
Insert and format pictures in a document
4.1.1 Add captions
4.2
Insert and format shapes, WordArt, and SmartArt
4.2.3 Add captions
4.3
Insert and format Clip Art
4.3.2 Add captions
6.3
Create a Table of Contents in a document
6.3.1 Use default formats
6.3.2 Set levels
6.3.3 Set alignment
6.3.4 Set tab leaders
6.3.5 Modify styles
6.3.6 Update a table of contents
6.3.6.1 Page numbers
6.3.6.2 Entire table
Generating a table of contents
Explanation
You can use Word to generate a table of contents from headings in a document, as
shown in Exhibit 6-7. To be included in the table of contents, the text must be formatted
with a heading style, such as Heading 1 or Heading 2. (Make sure that the heading styles
are applied before you create the table of contents.)
To navigate directly to the associated content, press Ctrl and click an entry in the table
of contents.
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