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Search for their article ID #Q127249 entitled "How to Create a Table of Contents in Word." It is a long document with a lot of different ways to create the TOC and examples of the RD field.
cmckenzie -at- gis-global -dot- com wrote:
> Is there a way to have a TOC for two separate documents? I am trying to have a
> master TOC in one document and link to the pages numbers for the other document,
> instead of filling the separate document with "ERROR BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED?"