This Itechguide teaches you how to make a table of contents in Google Docs. The guide covers steps to make a table of contents in Google Docs from a PC or the iPhone App.
1How to Make a Table of Contents in Google Docs from a PC
- Open Docs.Google.com from your PC. Then, if you have not yet signed in to Google from the browser, sign in with your Google Account.
- Once you sign in to Google Docs, open the document you want to add Table of contents for.
- You can open a saved document from Recent documents or from Google Drive.
- To open Google Drive from Google Docs, click the 3 lines on the top left of the page. Then click Drive.
- Once you have set up H tags in your document, click your mouse where you want the Table of contents (most likely on the first page of the document).
- At the Docs menu, click Insert. Then, scroll down to the bottom of the displayed options and hover over Table of contents. Finally, click on your Table of contents style.
- The ToC will be inserted automatically – it will automatically include all H tags (H1, H2, H3)
2How to Make a Table of Contents in Google Docs on iPhone App
- Open the iPhone App for Google Docs. Then, sign in with your Google Account.
- Open the document you want to insert ToC on. At the bottom right of the App, tap the edit icon (looks like a pencil).
- When the document opens for editing, tap where you want to insert the Table of Contents (most likely on the first page of the document).
- Then, on top of the App, click the Insert icon (+ sign).
- Scroll down the displayed options and tap Table of contents (last item in the list).
- Finally, to make a table of contents in Google Docs App for iPhone App, tap on the ToC style you wish to insert (With or without page numbers) .
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