You might have noticed that the TOC elements in the screen capture above look like web hyperlinks.
I believe it is a good practice to ensure that hyperlinked elements in the PDF are evident to the reader of the document.
Note: This article was originally written for Word 2003 and earlier.
Some instructions for Word 2007 and above are included in the topics below.
Currently, I'm satisfied with the result, I just want to make sure I understand how I got there. One of a set of tools we are providing to everyone as a way of saying thank you for being a part of the community.
If you have never used a TOC before, I highly recommend that you read Shaunas article before reading this one.
This article builds on the basics to deal with intermediate issues of content and formatting.
They are being displayed as subordinate to the EXAMPLES section. The EXAMPLES section title is of the "Heading 1" style, while the appendices are of the "Heading 7" style. I just had to have automatic numbering for my appendices!
I followed the articles recommendation to modify or create Heading 7, and then assign automatic numbering to that heading - I'm not sure I'm describing the process it correctly.