Word 2003 - Table of Contents
I use Office 2003 with Windows XP. I wonder if someone could give me a good piece of advice.
I heard that Word has a function in which it makes automatically the Table of Contents if I give the Chapters and sub-chapters. Unfortunatley, a colleague of mine was not very successful in showing it to me, and finally admitted that it is her son who makes it for her.
Could someone tell me how it works or where I can get to know it from? I am writing a 300 page book and have about 9 chapters (without the Introduction, Acknowledgment, table of Contets, etc.) and several sub-chapters. I could not figure out how it works in Word but it would make my work much easier.
Before that take a look at this page and see if it's what you're looking for - hxxp://www.shaunakelly.com/word/toc/CreateATOC.html
I don't use 2003 anymore so i can't really fidget and look around for you.
Thank you so much for your help. Yes, this is what I lookd for. A colleague of mine showed me the function but she is not able to do it either, her son did it for her when she wrote her books, and she thought she would be able to help me but she buggered up my word document ;D
Thanks again. I tried everything step by step as it is described and now I am reporting to you that I MANAGED!
(I'm developing in computing slowly but steadily – thanks to you, guys for your help!)