Creating table of contents in MS Word 2010 starter edition

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Hello,

I am using MS Word 2010 starter edition which was pre-installed in my laptop. I have created my college report on it and now I want to create an automatic table of contents but I don't see that option anywhere.

So I would like to know how I can create an automatic table of contents in MS Word 2010 starter edition.

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Creating table of contents in MS Word 2010 starter edition

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You are using MS Word 2010 starter edition which was pre-installed in your laptop. You have created your college report on it and now You want to create an automatic table of content. You could see the option named insert.

You could see there was an option named insert table.

  • Click on the option.
  • Choose the insert table.
  • Choose the number of rows and columns. Then select OK.
  • Then your table will appear. If there any problem with the work then copy your words to another MS Word document (new). Then create tables in the previous document and paste your words.
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Creating table of contents in MS Word 2010 starter edition

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Hello Farhan,

To Create a table of contents automatically in MS Word 2012, you will need to use the built-in heading styles. But you can as well create a table of contents that is based on the custom styles which you have applied. Another option will be to assign the table of contents levels to individual text entries.

You will need to mark entries using built-in heading styles. The following is the procedure:

  • First, you will need to choose the text that you want to appear in the table of contents.
  • And then you will go to the Home tab, and then in the Styles group, you will click the style that you want.
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  • For instance, in case you chose text that you want to style as a main heading, you will need to click the style called Heading 1 in the Quick Style gallery.
  • To insert the table, go to the References tab, and then choose Table of Content group.
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Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

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