Head heading style options: Set heading 2 to Number to Page with Page Numbers; set heading 1 to Number to Page. · If you want to assign a specific heading or table to the Page number to page. Set up, see the Table of Contents or List Styles in Table of Contents. Select the table view and deselect the list view. · In Table of Contents, select a style that will allow you to set up page numbers in a table. (We found a nice tutorial on how to select a table view style here.) · In List, select a style that will make numbering easy. (We found a nice tutorial on how to set up a list view style here.) Select the table view and deselect the list view. Creating a Table of Contents Page in Mac, Pages 8-13 — Almost Aug 10, 2024 • Create a table of contents from a simple HTML table. How to make your title and abstracts easy to read and edit August 10, 2024 • Create an outline on the same page. • To make an outline easy to read, use a title. • To make the outline easy to modify, use an abstract. • To make the abstract easy to add more information, use an introduction. · Use bold text and color to make it clear when the article is more than three pages. • Use light, underlined text to make the outline easy to read. • Use simple fonts. Select all your text, and go to the Format menu on the top. • Select Paragraph Styles, then use a font that is easy for people to read. What are the different styles for an outline—or the entire document—and how can you use one style in another? July 19, 2024 • Creating a table of contents in Mac, Pages 15.11.3. • Organizing your content in Apple Pages is always more complicated than just a plain table of contents. • The Table of Contents in Pages provides a unified layout for an organization of the content. • If you are going to create an outline, make all your content easy to read. · Use an underline. This will make the content easy to read. · If you are heading into an article, use a bold or dark paragraph. If the text is hard to read, use italics. · Use font colors to change the visibility of the text. · Use an intro. This will set the visual tone of the outline, with a brief explanation of the content.