Sorry for this, probably, simple question. I'm creating a word document for which I have to add three different indexes: (1) Figures, (2) Tables and (3) Content (in this order). So far, I have been able to create the Figure's index, but have been unable to get any further. I have tried everything I found on the internet (except separating my document into different chapters and add a summary to each one), but each time, Word asks me if I want to upgrade the existing (Figures) index (even if I'm using a different tag for Tables), yielding only two possibilities: accept or reject. When I click "accept" the table remains the same, that is, only with the figures' info, without including the "Tables" ones. Any suggestion?
You will find on-line documentation for these under "Table of Contents" and "Table of Figures," not under "Index."
All three of the things you are looking for are done using the TOC Field
Different switches control what is shown. (TOC and TOF styles control how it looks.)
When you post back with more information, I will give more specific direction. Please edit your question with the following information:
- Exact field that you are using. You can see this by toggling display of field codes. (Alt+F9 or Fn+Alt+F9 in Windows) Dealing with Fields (my article)
- Are you using the Caption feature in Word to identify your Figures and Tables? This works with the Table of Figures/Table of Captions.
- What is your operating system? Windows? Mac? Version?