How do I exclude a table of contents from the title page?
Instead of modifying the properties of the style, I stumbled across a very easy way to do this:
- Highlight the text.
- Go to ‘References’
- Click on the ‘Add Text’ pull-down menu.
- Check Do Not Show in Table of Contents.
How do I add more levels to a table of contents in Word?
To customize your existing table of contents:
- Go to References > Table of Contents.
- Select Custom table of contents.
- Use the settings to show, hide, and align page numbers, add or change the tab leader, set formats, and specify how many levels of headings to show. For more info, see Custom table of contents .
How do I create multiple table of contents in Word 2013?
Using Multiple Tables of Contents
- Position the insertion point at the location in the document where you want the table of contents.
- Display the References tab of the ribbon.
- At the left of the ribbon click the Table of Contents tool.
- Click Insert Table of Contents.
- Click on the Options button.
How do I insert a list of tables in Word 2013?
To create a combined list of tables and figures
- After the table of contents, click where you want to insert the list.
- In the Insert menu, pull down to Index and Tables.
- Click Table of Figures.
- Check Include label and number, Show page numbers, Right align page numbers.
- Click Options.
- Click OK.
- Click OK.
How do you automatically insert table of contents in Word 2013?
Have your cursor sitting at the place you want to table to be. On the References tab, in the Table of Contents group, click Table of Contents, and then click on the table of Contents style that you want which will insert it. A Table of Contents will now appear as shown below.
How do you automatically insert table of contents in Word?
Create the table of contents
- Click where you want to insert the table of contents – usually near the beginning of a document.
- Click References > Table of Contents and then choose an Automatic Table of Contents style from the list.