It is often the little things in life that add up to make life great. That statement may sound like an overreaction to something as simple as having page numbers in your Table of Contents, however this is a feature I have long since hoped for.
I have created many documents that are published to the web. Since some of these documents over 40 pages in length, I really like adding a Table of Contents to my documents. This tool automatically creates a link to each one of my document headers (or bookmarks) and puts it a the top of my document. This makes it easier for readers to scan and find information in the document. However, if I print (or save as a PDF), it is great to have page numbers to go along with the header as a reference.
How to Create a Table of Contents in Google Docs
Google's Support Article: https://support.google.com/docs/answer/116338?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
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