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To update the table of contents--for example, if you changed the heading title or page numbers have changed: 1.
Click anywhere on the table of contents, then click Update Table… Choose to update either the entire table or just the page numbers.
Once that's done, follow these steps: An automatic table of contents has hyperlinks built in to navigate through the document quickly.
To use a hyperlink, hover the mouse over the appropriate entry in the table and Control Click to follow the link.
In those docs, I have to answer that annoying question several times each time I update fields.
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If I want to update all of the fields (dates, cross-references, etc.) in a document, I select all (Ctrl a) then update fields (F9).
BUT Word is insisting on trying to update the page numbers in that detailed TOC file (which are in the various files). Is there SOME way I can simply capture the TOC information as regular text, and cut-and-paste it into another file ... I tried to open a new file and insert the text from my compiled "detailed TOC" file, but that didn't work.
And, as soon as I go to print the file, it sets Word off on trying to automatically update the page numbers. I do realize that I could somehow insert filenames into my TOC file and it would update the page info that way, but I'd MUCH rather have just a simple text file to use, so I can easily format it, etc.