Auto updating table of contents in word 2016
This is especially important to remember if someone else has amended and edited your document.
—– In this article, we have learned how to update a Table of Contents, Table of Figures or Table of Tables.
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Apart from the case where you have manually edited the Table of Contents, I STRONGLY SUGGEST that you always choose Update entire table.
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If you create a Table of Contents for a document but then change the actual document, it’s likely that you will also change …