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> Subject: Word TOC question
> When I insert a table of contents into my manual, the table does not
> include the 1st and 2nd level headings. I'm almost sure that I haven't
> set the TOC options correctly, but after changing just about every
> setting on the options tab, I'm at a loss at to what to do. Any
You need to find the style name you are actually using in the document for
your first-level heading on the left side of the Options dialog box and type
1 in the white box next to the style name. Make sure the Styles box at the
top of the dialog box is selected.
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