Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Topic B: Tables of contents and figures
Adding entries to a table of contents
Explanation
Suppose that your document changes after you have created its table of contents. For
example, you add a new heading or chapter. You might want to include this new
information in the table of contents.
To add text to an existing table of contents:
1
In the document, select the text you want to add.
2
On the References tab, in the Table of Contents group, click Add Text.
3
Select the appropriate heading level.
4
In the document, click in the table of contents to select it.
5
Click Update Table, select “Update entire table,” and click OK.
Do it!
B-2: Adding text to a table of contents
Here’s how
Here’s why
1 Place the insertion point at the top
of page 3
To the left of the heading “Introduction.”
Enter The history of spices
To add a heading. You’d now like to include
this heading in the table of contents.
Press e
To place “Introduction” on another line.
2 Click within The history of
spices
To place the insertion point in the heading.
In the Table of Contents group,
click Add Text
Choose Level 1
To specify the heading level.
3 Move to page 2
Notice that the heading is not automatically
included in the table of contents.
Click anywhere in the table of
contents
To select it.
4 Click Update Table
Select Update entire table
Click OK
To include the new heading in the table of
contents.
 
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