Create a Table of Contents With Pages

You can insert a simple table of contents into your Pages documents. It will pick up the headings of your document and automatically update the table as you change the text in the headings or add new text which shifts the page numbers. You can style the table of contents in different ways.

Comments: 2 Responses to “Create a Table of Contents With Pages”

    Rick Conners
    4 years ago

    When I do this the page numbers appear in the table of contents directly after the header and don’t line up in a column. How do I fix this? Also, is there a way to click on a “link” in the table of contents and jump to the correct page? What if I make the document an ePub?

      4 years ago

      The header always appears at the top of a page. The TOC is content on the page. So I’m not sure what you mean there. If the TOC isn’t lining up, it may be the font/style you are using is too big. Just a guess. Try making an ePub and you’ll see about the jumps.

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