Unlink a Table of Contents in MS Word
One of our subscribers sent me an e-mail telling me that they had received a document from someone that had an automatically generated Table of Contents and they wanted to unlink it because they were in a hurry and lacked the know how to work with it.
Luckily, it's very easy to unlink a Table of Contents in MS Word. Follow the steps below:
- Select the Table of Contents (TOC).
- Press CTRL + SHIFT + F9
That's it - your finished!
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