Word Indexes and Special Tables
Summary: One of the finishing touches used in some types of documents is an index or a special table, such as a table of contents. Discover how to add these elements to your document with the least problem to get just the results you need.
Use Word for just a short time, and you quickly discover that the program provides dozens of tools you can use to create special elements for your documents. Some of these elements are designed to make your documents—particularly longer documents—easier for readers to use. Chief among these elements are indexes and special tables.
Word includes a complete indexing system that gives you a marvelous level of control over how your index is constructed. It also includes a variety of special tables that can provide a framework for different parts of your document. The most common among these is a table of contents, although other tables (such as a table of authorities) can be easily added.
I've created four e-books that can help you make sense of not only these document elements, but also the tools that Word puts at your disposal to create the elements. Each e-book is tailored specifically to different versions of Word:
- Word 2016 Indexes and Special Tables: For users of Word 2016, this edition focuses on how to create and work with indexes and special tables in the latest version of Word.
- Word 2013 Indexes and Special Tables: For users of Word 2013, this third edition focuses on how to create and work with indexes and special tables in this version of Word.
- Word 2010 Indexes and Special Tables: This updated fourth edition includes the latest information on how you master indexes and special tables in this popular version of Word.
- Word 2007 Indexes and Special Tables: For users of Word 2007, this fifth edition is new and improved, providing information not available before. It includes information on how to put indexes and special tables to work in the ribbon-based interface introduced with Word 2007.
These e-books contain scores of tips, each explaining a different facet of working with indexes, tables of contents, or other types of special tables. Understanding the information contained in these books can help improve your skills, enhance your documents, and save you hours. Just take a look at the tables of contents for these e-books and you can get an idea of the information they contain:
- Word 2016 Indexes and Special Tables
- Word 2013 Indexes and Special Tables, Third Edition
- Word 2010 Indexes and Special Tables, Fourth Edition
- Word 2007 Indexes and Special Tables, Fifth Edition
Can't decide which version to get? Perhaps you use multiple versions of Word or you are responsible for users who have different versions. If this describes you, then you really could benefit by having copies of Word Indexes and Special Tables for each of the Word versions you work with. You're in luck! If you purchase two versions of the e-book, we'll give you the other two free! (See the ordering information, below, for information on our Ribbon Pack.)
The download and CD-ROM versions both contain these valuable e-books in two formats: Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat (PDF). In these formats you enjoy the following features:
- The ability to view, search, and print the book.
- Screen shots that illustrate what you see in Word as you follow the step-by-step instructions.
- The ability to select and copy sections of text, such as macro code.
- Hyperlinks to internal content (in the book itself) and referenced resources on the Web.
If you decide to access the e-book in PDF format (both the Word and PDF formats contain the same information), you need to either have Acrobat or the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. Many computer systems already have the reader installed. If you do not, you can get it free, directly from Adobe.
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