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As part of our consulting practice, we publish lengthy reports. Often Clients
request a copy of the Table of Contents. Simply attempting to copy the TOC to
another document results in loss of page numbers that are embedded in the TOC
field codes. Is there a straight forward way to copy the TOC from the
document and retain the page numbers?
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Copy/paste the TOC, then select it and press Ctrl+Shift+F9 to unlink it. It
will then be plain text and can be sent without change.

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As part of our consulting practice, we publish lengthy reports. Often
Clients
request a copy of the Table of Contents. Simply attempting to copy the TOC
to
another document results in loss of page numbers that are embedded in the
TOC
field codes. Is there a straight forward way to copy the TOC from the
document and retain the page numbers?



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