A Table of Contents (TOC) and index can transform documents such as reports, complex documents and manuals from average to professional and are essential to many readers. Your TOC can include titles or descriptions and page numbers for sections or chapters in a wide range of documents.
Expert speaker Roman Kondratiuk will explain tips and techniques for creating an automated TOCs and Index in this session. He will discuss how you can create a TOC by applying and selecting heading styles you want to include in the TOC. Word searches for headings that match the styles that you chose, formats and indents the entry text according to each heading style, and then inserts the TOC into your document. You can also choose from a gallery of automatic TOC styles.
A well planned index is also a valuable reference guide in many types of documents but must be intuitive and consistent, and requires specific skills to compile and maintain. In Word, indexing allows you to mark key words and phrases in a document and present those alphabetically at the end of your document in table format with page numbers. You can automate your indexing process and index multiple documents in minutes with well-designed concordance file.
Key TOC benefits include:
Save countless hours and boost your productivity, cost savings and professionalism learning the following:
Who should attend?
Anyone creating or working with documents requiring automatic referencing of topics, sections, chapters or key words and phrases:
Since 1995 Roman Kondratiuk has delivered expert training and consulting, through to advanced levels, to over 10,000 end-users in a wide range of Microsoft applications including Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Project, Word, Outlook, Visio and Publisher. Roman’s professional and relaxed style reflects his thorough un... More info