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Creating a Logical Table of Contents

To provide readers easy navigation, we recommend including an active Table of Contents within your book.

If you're creating a DOC file on a PC, you can use Microsoft Word's built-in Table of Contents creator, found here:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/285059

If you're creating a DOC file on a Mac, you can use Microsoft Word's Bookmark and Hyperlink functions to build a Table of Contents manually. The Hyperlink function can link to any text formatted with a heading style or any location in your book you've marked using the Bookmark function.

If you're creating an HTML file, you can use one of these methods to add HTML tags for your Table of Contents:

• Manually add A HREF HTML tags
• Use a free tool, such as the one found here: Mozilla Seamonkey HTML Editor
• Use a WYSIWYG (What-you-see-is-what-you-get) Editor such as the free NVU or Kompozer

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