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There were a lot more than this, but these will do as the examples.I’ve had this before and have usually been able to fix it by doing Ctrl click on the page number to go the heading that isn’t behaving, pressing Enter a few times at the beginning of the text for that section, creating a new heading with the same text on one of the new lines, applying the appropriate heading style, then deleting the old heading and any excess lines, then updating the TOC.The most common way to change the number of levels shown in your table of contents is to just replace the existing table with one that contains the levels you want.A shorter, but more technical way to do it is to edit the field code information.Add some sample text into it with the style that you want to include and then this piece of code will work.This will create a popup in word document with: "This document contains fields that may refer to other files. Call ahead (647-7406) or e-mail [email protected] make an appointment.
You can edit the field code information to quickly change the number of levels shown in your TOC.
To meet Rackham’s Dissertation Formatting Guidelines – as well as any set by your school or department – you will need to modify the default, standard Word document.
This online guide is intended to show you how to use the tools to make the necessary modifications.
But I cant find any references to create or update table of contents in a Word file. Or, is it possible in Apache POI or docx4j to have options to create or update TOC? See the code comments: "It then relies on a user to open the document in Word to generate the actual table of contents.
Unfortunately, Word can't be made to update the TOC automatically and without user interaction." - presumably because of the reliance of a To C on a page model. You just need to open a empty docx which will act as a template.