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Easy Update "Table of Contents" feature in Microsoft Word 2007 VS. Word 2010



 
 
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 02:47 AM
Xarzu Xarzu is offline
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Default Easy Update "Table of Contents" feature in Microsoft Word 2007 VS. Word 2010

I am currently working on a document that was written using Microsoft Word 2007 and I am also using Microsoft Word 2007 to update the document. It is just the way of the workplace I am now in.

I have noticed that the feature of adding nested headers ("subheaders" perhaps) does not work the same as I remember it did with Microsoft Word 2010. Since I am not the original author of the document, I am not sure if the table of contents was set up the right way. So my first question is: How do I see if the table of contents was set up properly in Microsoft Word 2007 to allow automatic updates whenever a subheader is added to the text. There seems to be a number of other things going on with the document that do not seem right. But maybe if we fix this problem first the other issues will dissolve or be lessened.
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