Tech Tip: How to create a table of content in Word • Blisstech Solutions

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today’s Two Minute Tech Tip was an idea given to me by my apprentice, George Borns.

When asked what would be a good idea for a Tech Tip and without hesitation, George said “What about headings and tables of content in Word?”

It is a great tip and is something I’ve used a lot in the past. Once I learned how to do this properly, it saved me a lot of time.

Did you know that creating your document headings properly will help you create a professional table of contents in your document?

Well, this week’s tip will show you how to:

👉 Use the correct method to create headings in Word documents.
👉 Use the headings to create a table of contents in your document.

Today’s tip will help you to:

💥 Organise your document structure so it can be easily navigated.
💥 Create professional-looking documents with a table of contents.
💥 Stop manually updating information in your documents by using Word the way it was intended.

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