Creating a Toc (Table of Contents) for your eBook using Microsoft word
- To create a toc begin by typing
“Table of Contents” as your page title or type the title of your book.
- List all chapters below your page title/ header.
ATOMS AND BONDING
IONS AND ELECTRON CONFIGURATION
Table of Contents
- Now highlight the “T” in Table of Contents( highlight with your mouse pointer)
- At the top of your word document (near the home tab) select the “Insert Tab”
- Select the “Bookmark” option
- Name your Bookmark as “toc”.
- Select “add” and it should appear in the box below the name.
- Now place in your bookmarks for each chapter if you haven’t yet. (see above for bookmarks and hyperlinks)
- Then Hyperlink everything in your Table of Contents (Hyperlink chapters individually) (link them through your bookmarks)
AP Biology- Understanding Molecules and Cells
Cells assemble molecules into elaborate structures called organelles. Each organelle contributes some specific function to the cell. The function of the organelle “derives” from the structure.
(Continue to write the rest of your paragraph(s)/ story) (This is just an example.)
I should have a bookmark in place at the C in Chapter one.
I would then hyperlink it to the Chapter One title in my toc (Table of Contents).
Example of where to place it-
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 (or list Chapter title)
Don’t forget to insert a “Start Bookmark” in the beginning of your book. Example: You may insert it on your copyright page or at the first paragraph in Chapter 1 .
Note: Insert your “Start” bookmark without any hyperlinks.
Ideally, the start bookmark should be placed where you would like your book to begin so readers don’t purchase your e-book and begin on chapter 9 per say.
view my post on adding hyperlinks