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It is pretty embarrassing. But you still seem to have your job (so far, anyway). Of course it's your boss who caught the missing Benefits section in your sales proposal just an hour before the pitch meeting.
Boilerplate has never been so handy. You rip out a Benefits section from a previous proposal and plunk it in. Done. Except you realize that you need to add it to the table of contents (TOC). It only takes a minute (or less) if you follow these steps.
First, make sure when you created the existing TOC that you assigned Styles to all headings in the proposal. If you need to learn how to do that, read Zip! Create a table of contents in two steps.
After you've got your TOC all set up, go to the References tab, click Update Table, and in the Update Table of Contents dialog box, choose Update entire table.
That's it! Your TOC now includes the Benefits section headings:
Note: If you want to need to change the page numbers of each section, see Change page numbers in different sections of a Word document.
Training: Create and customize a table of contents
Video: Word of the week: TOC (changing levels and formatting)
Video: Manage your long documents in Word
Create a table of contents or update a table of contents
Add a table of contents for each section of your document
Create a table of contents for multiple documents