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Table of Contents III: Use fields to create a TOC and create multiple TOCs

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Why would you need more than one TOC?

You don't, one long TOC is enough.

There's a limit to how long one TOC can be, so you need to create an overflow one.

In a long document you might want separate chapter TOCs, or a summary and a detailed TOC.

What is a table identifier?

If you have two (or more) TOCs, they are identified by a letter value, for example, TOC A, TOC B, and TOC C.

It's the numeric value given sequentially to each table in a document.

A wizard that tells you what sort of table will best present your information.

How do you open the Mark Table of Contents Entry dialog box to insert a TC field?

On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Quick Parts, and then click Fields.

Press ALT+SHIFT+O

On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Bookmark.

Press CTRL+F9

When would you use a bookmark TOC?

In a document where the entries for the different TOCs are scattered throughout the whole document.

In a document that has sequential chapters where you want a TOC for each chapter.

In a document that has different heading styles assigned to the entries for each different TOC.

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