A large text may need to incorporate two parts, each of which requires its own table of contents. Yet by default, the word processor only offers a single table for all pages. However, a trick can be used to enable the creation of separate automatic tables of contents. It uses different styles from those assigned as the headings, but ones which are identically formatted. To finish, move the second table to the desired position and format it.
Inserting tables of contents
Both tables are then created and can be updated automatically, independently of one another.
Double spaces between words crop up over and over. On screen, they are barely visible on the preview, even when display of no-printing characters is activated. You can quickly track down any double spaces using the grammar checker.
When opening Word documents, bullet points and automatic numbering are often suddenly replaced by black bars, even though the styles are correct.
This is caused by a bug in the software. In most cases, the following approach helps:
The automatic bullet points and numbers will reappear.
Tip: Avoid formatting automatic numbers and bullet points. The font and text size should come from the associated style.
The line between main text and footnotes can be lost during formatting or when you merge documents.
The following steps will allow you to restore the line:
Documents are often protected from editing using a password. If the password is unavailable, this workaround can often be useful:
The document can now be edited.