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Tables of Contents by: Jacob Miller and Tisha Slabaugh
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What is a Table of Contents? The Table of Contents is the report outline in finished form with page numbers The purpose of the TOC is to serve as a guide for the reader It is a helpful tool for readers who wish to read only select parts of a report In addition to text headings, also includes prefatory parts, appended parts, and figures /tables, all with page numbers
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Where does it belong? Why? In a long report, the TOC will be inserted after the transmittal message and before the executive summary Strategically placed at the beginning of the report so the reader may locate and jump ahead to any sections of the report without having to read through too much text Should be present in any report long enough to make such a guide helpful to the reader
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Formatting a Table of Contents in Microsoft Word Identify the headings in your report that you want to include in the TOC
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