Table of Contents (TOC) and Tables of Authority (TOA)
Last week I mentioned that I had taught a “lab” class for county employees. (Remember the Dr. Seuss dream?!).
The big take away that was served in that class was to three people who work in the DA office. They type up legal pleadings all the time and have had a hard time switching over from WordPerfect to MS Word, particularly when it comes to Table of Contents and Tables of Authorities.
But they all left class with a new appreciation for just how simple they really are when you know how to use the tools Word provides.
It’s all in Styles and “References” for the …
No fooling. Ask me about it, and I’ll come teach ya!
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