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Word Mac 2011: Unlinking prior section from Table of Contents

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I have a working T.O.C. but the cover letter above the TOC needs to be unlinked from the TOC.

How do I do this?

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Question by:newbieweb
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Hi,

the cover letter title (I suppose) shouldn't have a style used by the TOC

Regards
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It sounds as if you need to insert a page break or, better, a next page section break between the letter and the TOC.
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No, that did not work.
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You gave me a better idea...

different documents!  ;)
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Applying a Word STYLE is one way to create a Table of Contents.  If you don't want the cover page to be included, change the style to another style or change it to NORMAL style and then do direct formatting to get the look you are after.    You can do all that one the Home tab in Word in the Quick Style Gallery.
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