This document will provide resources to help you get started with inserting those “Table of Tables” and “Table of Figures” in your next assignment or article.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents 2
Two Methods for the Table of Figures… straight from Microsoft 3
In-Depth How-To (Adaptable to Different Versions of Word) 4
How-To Video (Table of Contents and Table of Figures) 4
Table of Figures in Mac > Word 2011 5
Adding a Table of Figures to Apple Pages Document 5
Considerations for Office 365 (Office 2013) 5
“As Is” Listing of Various How-To Videos 5
When polling the learners to see which word processing software bundles were the most popular, we received the following response:
· Microsoft Word for Windows (various versions)
· Microsoft Word for Mac (versions not indicated in all cases)
· Office 365
· Apple Pages
Two Methods for the Table of Figures… straight from Microsoft
In-Depth How-To (Adaptable to Different Versions of Word)
How-To Video (Table of Contents and Table of Figures)
This video takes place in the Windows 10 software, but should be adaptable.
Table of Figures in Mac > Word 2011
Adding a Table of Figures to Apple Pages Document
This video is a bit choppy, but gets to the point. In Apple Pages (similar to Microsoft Word), the Table of Figures is treated like an additional Table of Contents (which is really what it is). In this video, the presenter goes through the steps to have two TOCs in the Pages document.
Considerations for Office 365 (Office 2013)
Office 365 is considered Office 2013, which is similar to the instructions for other versions of Microsoft Office. If you don’t find that the instructions are adaptable, please contact Deborah.
“As Is” Listing of Various How-To Videos
This is an “as is” listing and not all resources have been checked. However, if you find something helpful, go for it. Please USE AT YOUR OWN RISK and Deborah does not extend any liability on these videos. http://resonante.net/mp3/music/how-to-insert-figure-and-table-references-in-word.html