Make It Work #7: Customizing Your Book’s Table of Contents in Word Easy (#selfpublishing #writingtips #amwriting)

Hello, Friends and Scribes!

Here are more tips for taming that Table of Contents to do what you want, when you want, even when you change your mind for the upteenth time.

The trick to understanding the basics of table of contents is the difference between headings and levels.  I demonstrate this in the video. You can use any heading style you want including the Title, Subtitle, and other preset headings in word. Heading 1, 2, etc. are convenient but not the only ones available.

Remember keep your base document simple and concise. Save all the fancy business for the next-to-final stage. A basic working table of contents will do fine for your import/export marathon for beta reading and major edits.

Happy Writing!

Now, where did I put my tea…

 


Did you miss one of the other tutorials?

Find the macro in the tutorial: Get Scrivener to Play Nice…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Making Scrivener Behave with Word’s Table of Contents with a Macro
Export a Scrivener Document into Word (format headings easy with Macro Magic)
Import Scrivener Files Easy with Scrivener’s Import and Split Feature

 

 


Inquiring minds want to know:

Hey, who’s writing? What’re you writing?

 

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