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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 2220 Index

Instructions and Help about Which Form 2220 Index

This is the seventh video in the series forward 2013. In this video, I wanted to talk about table of contents. If you're writing a book or a research paper, you can have a full page which shows the table of contents. We'll also look at citations and endnotes, the little bits. So, I'm going to start with a blank document because I want to get some content. I'm going to do what I did previously, type "A" and "B" for David Brackett. I'm going to put 30 paragraphs and each paragraph should have ten lines. Now, I'll end up having a whole bunch of pages. I have seven pages. I'll come to the top of the page. Now, what I want to do is make it like as if I'm writing either a book or a research paper. I'll start with chapter 1 title. This is my chapter 1. To make the table of contents work, we have to use the headings. The styles headings because these are the styles which will tell the table of contents to take these titles and use it in the table of contents. I'll highlight this title and make it heading 1. I'll scroll down and add section 1 point a. Since this is a subsection within the chapter, I'll make it heading 2. If I had section 1 point 8 point 1, that would be heading 3. I'll scroll down and add section one point eight point one, and make this heading three. I'll scroll down, and say for example, I wanted this line starting with my chapter two. I forgot to do this in the previous video. I talked about breaks, so I'll introduce that concept here too. I can go to page layout under breaks and choose in this case, next...