Microsoft KB Archive/41288
Heading Skipped in Table of Contents Created w/ Headings
PSS ID Number: Q41288 Article last modified on 03-07-1997
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|The information in this article applies to:|
|- Microsoft Word for the Macintosh versions 3.0, 3.01, 3.02, 4.0, 5.0, and 5.1|
If you create a table of contents in Microsoft Word for the Macintosh based on heading levels (not with “.c.” codes), and a heading that should be in the table of contents is skipped, locate that heading in the document and check that it meets the following requirements:
- It has a Level # style (Word versions 3.x) or a Heading # style (Word versions 4.0 and later) applied to it.
- The Level or Heading Style selected is within the Level range specified in the Table Of Contents dialog box (if you specified a range).
- The heading is not preceded by more than one page break. If there are two or more consecutive page breaks before the heading, insert a carriage return between the two page breaks.
- The heading does not have the Hidden Text character format applied to it.
- The heading does not appear after a column break on a multiple-page document. If the heading does appear after a break, the heading will be picked up correctly if you insert a carriage return between the page or section break and the heading.
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