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Inserting a Table of Contents

  1. Position the insertion point where you want the table of contents to appear in the document.
  2. On the Insert tab, click Table of Contents.
  3. Under Title, enter the heading for the table of contents.
  4. In the Justification box, select the alignment of the heading.
  5. Click Font to specify character attributes for the heading.
  6. Click the Format Levels tab to select formatting attributes for the different entries in the table of contents.

    Select each level to be formatted from the Format Level drop-down list, and set the attributes to apply to that level, for example, set the right and left indenting for the level under Indents, or designate the type of tab leader you want that level to display. When all the attributes have been selected for each level required, click OK and return to the Table of Contents dialog.

  7. If applicable, set a length for the table of contents or let CaseView calculate it automatically.
  8. Click the TOC Entries tab and assign format levels to the styles in the document.

    Under Available Styles select a paragraph style and then type or select a format level for the style. Format levels determine the appearance of the paragraph styles in the table of contents. Each paragraph assigned to a style you select automatically appears in the table of contents.

  9. Click OK.
  10. On the File tab, click Print | Print Preview to view the table of contents.

Note: Automatic Table of Contents use the header or footers defined for their paragraph or for the paragraphs before them.

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