Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Topic B: Tables of contents and figures
Adding entries to a table of contents
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:
In the document, select the text you want to add.
On the References tab, in the Table of Contents group, click Add Text.
Select the appropriate heading level.
In the document, click in the table of contents to select it.
Click Update Table, select “Update entire table,” and click OK.
B-2: Adding text to a table of contents
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.
To place “Introduction” on another line.
2 Click within The history of
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
To select it.
4 Click Update Table
Select Update entire table
To include the new heading in the table of