Microsoft Word table of contents

I have a TOC in Microsoft Word 2013.

I've attached an image of one of the pages. My problem is that I cannot figure out what setting to change to get the page numbers to all align with one another. The H1, H2, H3, H4 headings are in use on the sample.

I need help/direction to how to affect the necessary things to clean up the TOC with right aligned page numbers that appear evenly in a column.
TOC-Image.docx
SchoolTeacher54Asked:
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DrTribosCommented:
Is it a automatically generated toc in a quick part bubble?
SchoolTeacher54Author Commented:
Yes it is. I used automatically generated table 1 and modified the font for H1
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
In my experience, if you select one of the lines in the TOC that you want to align correctly ex. Artisan Ice (hand crafted) and adjust the tab to line up on the right-hand-side, all of the entries of this level will automatically change!

Make sure that the rulers are displayed (top and left margins) so you can see the Tab markers.
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DrTribosCommented:
There is a MS course here: i think you will need to explore using field codes https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Table-of-Contents-II-Customize-your-TOC-e6f4d808-3ce3-4ea7-86fc-c9fe69d6cac9

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DrTribosCommented:
If what @Paul says works and no doubt it does, it might be better to edit the styles rather than apply formatting over the top of them 😉
SchoolTeacher54Author Commented:
The little things in life that bring such pleasure; my Table of Contents. (lol)

Thank you for the guidance. This is perfect and right on!
DrTribosCommented:
Welcome
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
If you display the Styles panel , then select the style and click Update to match...

Glad to be of help.
Member_2_4982888Commented:
The easiest way is to click in each level and set a right-aligned tab on the right margin of the page where you want the page numbers to be.  Drag the right margin marker about 1/2" inch to the left and then drag the right-align tab to where the right margin marker used to be.  This has to be done for each level of the Table of Contents.
Table-of-Contents.jpg
DrTribosCommented:
Easiest <> Best
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