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Old 08-13-2011, 12:26 PM
Jamal NUMAN Jamal NUMAN is offline How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content? Windows XP How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content? Office 2007
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How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content?



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in certain cases, after the table of content has created, some edits are needed such as switching the format or number of level to be show.

how to do that?

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Kimberly Kimberly is offline How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content? Windows 7 64bit How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content? Office 2010 64bit
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  1. R-click on the TOC and choose Edit Field
  2. Scroll thru the Field names to click on TOC
  3. Click the Table of Contents button
  4. Click the Options button or the Modify button
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Jamal NUMAN Jamal NUMAN is offline How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content? Windows XP How to edit the "Format" and the "show level" of an EXISTING table of content? Office 2007
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  1. R-click on the TOC and choose Edit Field
  2. Scroll thru the Field names to click on TOC
  3. Click the Table of Contents button
  4. Click the Options button or the Modify button
Thank you for the answer Kimberly. it did work

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Jamal
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