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I'm doing a manual and can't remember how to connect the subject to the page
number in the Table of Contents, short of typing in a line of periods. How do
I connect the two?
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If you generate the TOC automatically (see
http://www.ShaunaKelly.com/word/toc/CreateATOC.html) Word inserts period
leaders by default. If you insist on creating it manually, then you'll need
a right-aligned tab with a period leader; see
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting/SettingTabs.htm.

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