You've made and updated a table of contents in Google Docs. He divides his free time between going to live concerts, listening to too many podcasts, and mastering his cold brew coffee process.
Henry joined Tom's Guide and LAPTOP having written for The Content Strategist, Tech Radar and Patek Philippe International Magazine.
It is very important that if any changes are made to title and section information that the content is updated in the table of contents. These changes could be text changes or repositioning of text to a new page where the page number would need to be updated.
Topics: Introduction | Example of an Inserted Table of Contents | Creating a Table of Contents | Modifying Table of Contents Options | Updating the Table of Contents Helpful Information: Navigation Pane | Proper Table of Contents Structure (video) Selections can be made in the Table of Contents dialog box that can be activated by navigating to the References tab on the toolbar, locating the Table of Contents pane, selecting the Table of Contents button and choosing “Insert Table of Contents…” from the menu options.Fortunately, it's easy to make your own table of contents, as well as update it if you add or subtract sections. Here are our step-by-step instructions for creating and updating a table of contents in Google Docs. Within the Table of Contents dialog box, there is an Options button that allows the author to determine which heading styles should appear in the TOC and at what level each heading should be.For instance, all “Heading 3” text throughout the document can appear at “1” in the TOC.
In my last article I discussed building a table of contents using custom styles.