In my current document I've done two things:
Customised the "Heading 1/2/3/..." and "Title" styles.
Defined a new multi-level list style to use my customised "Heading x" and "Title" styles so that level 1 in the list uses the "Title" style, level 2 uses "Heading 1", level 3 uses "Heading 2", and so on.
Right now I am using level 1 (in "Title" style) in my multi-level list as chapter headings, and level 2 (in "Heading 1" style) as section headings within the chapter. However, I discovered that when I insert a Table of Contents, the chapter headings (the ones in "Title" style) do not show up in the table. I guess this means that Word 2016 only uses "Heading x" styles when constructing table of contents???
What I want my table of contents is for it to show chapters and the section headings within each one.
What should I do?
Should I re-define my multi-level list so that the top level (which I want to use as chapter titles) uses the "Heading 1" style instead of the "Title" style? Or is there another way to tell Word 2016 that I want chapter titles in the table of contents?