Need to enter some very simple page links in my document

Hi I am looking to create a very simple table of contents and have never done it before.

I have a 15 page training document I just made.  Each section has has a title.

What I would like to do now, it it isn't too involved, is to list the different section names on the first page and make them into hyperlinks that would take the user to that page when clicked on.

Can anyone help?

I am using Office 2000, but have access also to OFfice 2007

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There are two ways to determine TOC entries. The default method is to select entries according to the heading level of the paragraph. Again by default, that is the heading levels one to three, so that seems to fit your situation.

I can't recall exactly how to do it in 2000, but I suggest that you use the Insert Menu and look for References.

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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
For each entry you want to appear in the ToC: Select the paragraph -> change the paragraph style to Heading 1. (Formatting toolbar -> Style box)

Go to the beginning of the document and insert the ToC: Insert menu -> point to Reference -> click Index and Tables -> click the Table of Contents tab
snyperjAuthor Commented:
Thanks, didn't need to do this after all, so I am splitting the points.
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