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To create a TOC in Word 2010, you simply go to the References tab and click Table of Contents. (Be sure to check out Joannie's roundup of Word TOC content on the Word blog.)
Inserting a TOC into a Publisher publication is not quite that simple, but it's really not too difficult. Adding a TOC for a newsletter or a catalog makes it much easier for your readers to find the information that they're most interested in, and so increases their interest in what you're publishing.
Start with a text box and set up right-aligned tabs with leaders. Leaders are the dots, dashes, or lines that follow the chapter or section titles in a table of contents and that line up those titles with page numbers. You can then type your table of contents entry, press the TAB key to create the leader, and then type the page number for that entry.
If you're publishing an e-mail or other online publication, you can create hyperlinks in your TOC so your readers can click and go to the information of the most interest to them.
Here are links to the Help articles:
Publisher 2007: Add a table of contents with leaders
Publisher 2010: Adding a Table of Contents (TOC)
-- Bob deLaubenfels
I most interested with the Table of Content in MS Puplisher, and be advised that the link the Help articles, don't work. Merci.
Publisher should have the reference tools that Word has. All other page layout programs do. So...please add TOC, Index, TOA, TOF and other long publication features. Don't forget Master Documents and Footnotes/Endnotes. There is no reason that Publisher still in 2011 doesn't have these features.