How it Should Look An example of how the Table of Contents should look: Macro-Template Instructions Template users have an advantage in that there isn't much they need to do concerning the Table of Contents TOCexcept write and properly format the rest of their document.
Moore, K. Reference list: Books.
Update All automatically updates the headings and page numbers that appear in the TOC. Allow for 5 spaces between the end of the running header and the page numbers. After adding content: Click on the Reference tab.
The page number is omitted from the title page. Abstract—Your abstract will be on the page immediately following your title page. Reference list: Articles in periodicals. Beneath your title, enter your name, and beneath that, enter your university.
Anderson, M. Second level headings are left-aligned, bolded, and in title case.