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Hi All,

Using Vista Ultimate 64 bits.

I am having a problem when trying to build Table Of Contents in Word. Some
of items are not been picked up even though they were marked as Heading 2 Or
Heading 3. If erase the whole string and re-type it, in some cases it fixed
itself.

Any idea how to resolve this problem.

Thanks,

Joe



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Does this happen with a particular document only or can you reproduce it in
other documents as well?

What is the TOC field code (press Alt+F9 to find out)?

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Hi All,

Using Vista Ultimate 64 bits.

I am having a problem when trying to build Table Of Contents in Word. Some
of items are not been picked up even though they were marked as Heading 2
Or
Heading 3. If erase the whole string and re-type it, in some cases it
fixed
itself.

Any idea how to resolve this problem.

Thanks,

Joe






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Hi Stefan,

Thanks for your reply.

The TOC code is: {TOC \ o "1-3" \h \z \u}
Well it happens in one document and then I copied the content to a new
document and still the same problem.

Regards,

Joe

"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
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Does this happen with a particular document only or can you reproduce it
in other documents as well?

What is the TOC field code (press Alt+F9 to find out)?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


Hi All,

Using Vista Ultimate 64 bits.

I am having a problem when trying to build Table Of Contents in Word.
Some
of items are not been picked up even though they were marked as Heading 2
Or
Heading 3. If erase the whole string and re-type it, in some cases it
fixed
itself.

Any idea how to resolve this problem.

Thanks,

Joe



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How did you copy the text? In case there is some corruption in the document,
you should exclude the final paragraph mark () when copying and then paste
into a new, blank document (that often fixes the corruption).

To show/hide paragraph marks as well as other nonprinting marks, you can
press Ctrl+Shift+8.

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Hi Stefan,

Thanks for your reply.

The TOC code is: {TOC \ o "1-3" \h \z \u}
Well it happens in one document and then I copied the content to a new
document and still the same problem.

Regards,

Joe

"Stefan Blom" wrote in message
...
Does this happen with a particular document only or can you reproduce it
in other documents as well?

What is the TOC field code (press Alt+F9 to find out)?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


Hi All,

Using Vista Ultimate 64 bits.

I am having a problem when trying to build Table Of Contents in Word.
Some
of items are not been picked up even though they were marked as Heading
2
Or
Heading 3. If erase the whole string and re-type it, in some cases it
fixed
itself.

Any idea how to resolve this problem.

Thanks,

Joe









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