It's time to let MS Word create our Table of Contents.
(The procedures here are for MS Word 2003 and earlier. If you are using MS Word 2010, see xx)
The above screen shot shows my test document with Heading tags applied as we did them in the last lesson.
You will, of course, have applied those tags to your Headings throughout your document.
Choose Insert from MS Word's Menu at the top of the screen.
From the Insert Menu, choose Reference, then Index and Tables, as shown in the screen shot.
From the Index and Tables drop down menu, choose Table of Contents.
In the small selection boxes, choose the number of levels you want in your Table of Contents, and, since the Kindle does not use page numbers, you will probably want to "un-check" the option to add page numbers.
When you are ready to build, click OK.
In just a few seconds, your Table of Contents will appear as shown on the screen shot below.
I've put mine at the top of the document, but you could put yours anywhere you want it. Just select the spot with your cursor before start the build process.