We can use the Styles pane in MS Word’s Home tab to “tag” each heading: Tip: When you update a table of contents in Word, choose “Update page numbers only” if your headings have moved (because you’ve added or deleted content) but their wording hasn’t changed.
However, if you’ve changed the wording or capitalization of your headings since the last update, select “Update entire table.” This second option is “safer” (more thorough).
The table of contents is a finishing touch on long documents, such as reports, manuals, or books.
It's also a short enough title that if ellipses were added they would not spill onto the next line. I have tried reformatting both entries and recreating the TOC, but to no avail.When I inserted the table of contents, I selected a "Show Levels" option of 7 and under "Options" I cleared all of the TOC Levels except for the "7" next to "Table Header". However, I did notice the following two anomalies: 1.In the seventh entry, the ellipses between the end of the title and the beginning of the page number are missing.However, this causes a security warning when opening the file (because of the macro), which makes our uses uncomfortable. Does any of you have an idea to improve this implementation? The issue we are facing is: According Syncfusion's documentation (which is scarce...) this is not possible using their lib. So, we implemented an Auto Open macro in the template that updates the TOC when the doc is opened as a workaround. Click Table of Contents on the References Tab, and choose one of the types of tables of contents available.The two automatic tables can be updated when you change the heading text, rearrange the order of your content, or change between heading styles.The only hint I've been able to find is: Microsoft word 2010 Table of content formatting issue which did not work for me.Any help, hints, or suggested places to look would be appreciated. UPDATE: In regards to number 2, completely deleting the line of text in question, changing the format to normal, then retyping, hilighting, and changing the format back to "Table Header" fixed the problem. Based on the advice in the comments, I tried attaching a screenshot of the problem.