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The High-End Stuff

Now you’ve been through many of the basic tasks you’ll want to accomplish with Word. Rest assured, however, that there’s much more to this powerful program—in fact, we could spend all week just talking about Word’s features. There are just a few higher-end items I want you to know about before we end our Word discussion. These are elements you might want to explore as you get more comfortable and work with longer and more complex documents: the table of contents, the index, and macros.

Table of Contents

A table of contents is crucial when you are creating a document that people need to navigate easily. If you are leading a presentation based on a 50-page document you prepared, you don’t want to be drowned out by the shuffling of pages when people have trouble finding the section you’re referencing in the document. A table of contents will help them move right to the section they need—which makes things better for them (and for you).


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