A table of contents is a standard addition to long documents to make them easier to navigate. In most cases, the table of contents contains a list of the headings and subheadings in the document. You can have up to five different levels in a table of contents, so you can actually include four levels below a main heading.
The steps to create a table of contents are simple:
Mark the entries.
Define the table.
Generate the table.
Also, before we get started, let me point out a great timesaver that you will use throughout this chapter. The Legal toolbar has buttons that you can use to open dialog boxes. Instead of three menu commands, you can click one button. To turn on the Legal toolbar, right-click the WordPerfect ...