My question could also be expressed as:
- Can MS Word tag heading styles as "appears in ToC"?
- Can MS Word show a partial TOC?
Here's the situation: I maintain a company document with a table of contents to two levels. For just one of the level two headings, I would like to show its level three subheadings. Kinda like this:
Introduction ⇐ level 1 Scope ⇐ level 2 Summary Process Preparation Main process ⇐ level 2 step 1 ⇐ level 3 which I want to appear step 2 ... step profit Clean up Appendix A B
In other words, I want the level 3 steps of the Main process to be listed, but I don't want the level 3 subheadings under Preparation or Clean up to appear.
The reason I included those alternative questions is because:
- I'm thinking there may be a way to control whether or not a heading style appears in the ToC - so for the ones I want to appear, I style them "Heading 3 exposed" and the ones I don't as "Heading 3 hidden".
- It may be possible to create three partial ToCs: ToC1 is 2-deep and covers up to Preparation; ToC2 is 3-deep and covers Main process; ToC3 is 2-deep and covers Clean up through to the end.
My answer has emerged from #1 above as I wrote it...