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I'm revising a document and updating the TOC in Word 2007. I deleted one
Article but the TOC didn't show that it had been deleted, even after having
pressed F9. When I tried to delete it manually, it did not update the
numbering of Artcles in the TOC but deleted a different Article that I didn't
want deleted!

Any advice would be most welcomed!
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Are you tracking changes? If so, field results may not display correctly
until after you have accepted changes.

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I'm revising a document and updating the TOC in Word 2007. I deleted one
Article but the TOC didn't show that it had been deleted, even after
having
pressed F9. When I tried to delete it manually, it did not update the
numbering of Artcles in the TOC but deleted a different Article that I
didn't
want deleted!

Any advice would be most welcomed!



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No, I'm not tracking changes.

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Are you tracking changes? If so, field results may not display correctly
until after you have accepted changes.

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"Office Gal" wrote in message
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I'm revising a document and updating the TOC in Word 2007. I deleted one
Article but the TOC didn't show that it had been deleted, even after
having
pressed F9. When I tried to delete it manually, it did not update the
numbering of Artcles in the TOC but deleted a different Article that I
didn't
want deleted!

Any advice would be most welcomed!



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In that case, I'd treat the document as corrupt. Copy the contents, minus
the TOC and the final paragraph mark, into a new document. Then can you
recreate a TOC that "behaves"?

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

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Stefan Blom
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"Office Gal" wrote in message
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No, I'm not tracking changes.

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Are you tracking changes? If so, field results may not display correctly
until after you have accepted changes.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"Office Gal" wrote in message
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I'm revising a document and updating the TOC in Word 2007. I deleted
one
Article but the TOC didn't show that it had been deleted, even after
having
pressed F9. When I tried to delete it manually, it did not update the
numbering of Artcles in the TOC but deleted a different Article that I
didn't
want deleted!

Any advice would be most welcomed!



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