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Create a Table of Contents in Word

A working table of contents allows readers to go directly to chapters or sections by clicking links in the table of contents (TOC). This feature is so important to Kindle customers that Amazon requires all Kindle eBooks with chapters or sections to have a working TOC.

Want a tool that can help you create a working TOC quickly and easily? Check out Kindle Create.

Prefer to create a TOC yourself? You can build a working TOC using Microsoft Word (see Microsoft Help pages for more information on creating and formatting TOCs). If you're already familiar with TOC features in Microsoft Word (please note there are multiple versions of Microsoft Word available and some features may change among versions), the Overview below might be all you need. If you need more information on how to use Microsoft Word, check out their support page.

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