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I have multiple stumbling blocks for making a Table of Contents.
Font Size is key in creating a Table of Contents, which is why I include the issue here.
Could someone please help me make a "Table of Contents" that makes sense?
There are two points here - the preview and how the macro works.
First, a lot of macros need real data to work with for the preview. If you've not got anything on the page before creating the table of content macro, it can't show you a preview. Try editing an existing page with content data already on it and then start adding a new table of contents to it. You should find you get a preview.
The second point answers both your 2nd and 3rd questions together because it's about how the macro works.
When the macro runs, all it does is read the current page for all your headings and turns them into a table of content. It uses whatever you've put in the text of the heading, with any formatting you've highlighted.
So, to get rid of your unwanted items, turn them into plain text or paragraph text, as you don't want them to be headings. As for the font sizes, the headings have their own, and that's you shouldn't be trying to set your own in them.
Yep, it's the formatting. Look at the content that contains the Blah Blah Blah, you will find the line itself and another one that are formatted as "header 2". (I think it'll be header 2, can't be sure)
The heading formatting applies to an entire line, not just highlighted text
Sure enough. As soon as you made the remark about formatting, I began taking more care of the Word docs before importing them.
Seems to me that I can modify to my heart's content on the Word platform. Then, once imported, the Page can be much more easily modified.
I'm almost done with my Employee Handbook (made from scratch, not the template) and it looks GREAT, thanks to you.