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Whenever I submit a manuscript to a publisher, I need to include a table of contents. Publishers require page numbers and a table of contents. I want that table of contents to look perfect and professional, with all the right headings and page numbers and dotted leader lines. And I can get that from the Table of Contents gallery, as long as I've applied the right styles. But I want more.I want to customize my table of contents to fit my manuscript's requirements. For that, I need training--and that means training ahead of time instead of 10:00 the night before my manuscript submission must be postmarked or sent in email.For Word 2010 table of contents training, Office.com hosts a brand-new free online course, so you can understand how the styles work in your table of contents. One of the best parts about the training course is that you can watch the videos to see how it's done.
It's a great time to get a good understanding of tables of contents--before you're up against that next deadline.
-- Joannie Stangeland
Joannie. I have a manuscript in Word 2007. It is due on June 1st. I cannot get the page numbers to sync properly even though I follow the instructions in the header bar. Without page numbers I can't finish the contents page. Frustrating. Any advice? Thank you.
I'd need more specifics of what steps you're using and what the not-synching looks like. Or, if you want more people helping you sort through this, contact answers.microsoft.com.