Tables of contents are found in many books and documents.
A table of contents is a reader's map. It provides an overview of what is in the document and helps readers find a particular section quickly.
A TOC may be a simple list of chapter titles, or it can include several heading or outline levels.
An instruction manual that will be printed may need several levels of headings and subheadings in the TOC along with their corresponding page numbers. On the other hand, an inspection report that will be viewed on screen might just need links to the main sections from the TOC. Either way, it's easy to do.
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