How to Create a Custom Table of Contents in Word [Video]

This video tutorial will teach you how to create a custom table of Contents in Word. The first step is to make a custom style via the Styles group in the Home tab. Second, click on the references tab then click custom table of contents. Click options, then remove the 1, 2, and 3 numbers from the built in heading 1 styles. Type a 1 after your custom style. Apply any format styles if necessary.

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