What is an easy way to create a TOC in Word 2003?

I am trying to create a table of contents in Word 2003 so that we can utilize it in a frame on the left side of the screen.

We have a TOC essentially already typed with no page numbers, just hyperlinks, on page 1 and 2 of this 91 page document. But I am trying to create a TOC that we can view in one of the frames on the left that would automatically take you to the section in the document it references. We have already hyperlinked all the topics to their appropriate sections.

This shouldn't be as hard as it is seeming to be. Can someone give me the quick and somewhat easy way to do this?


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I've seen that in .pdf-files.

So I think Adobe Acrobat can do it.


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I don't know if this will work

But I'm using the Document Map. It's great down the left side. I have a 105 page doc and can get to everything real quick. Format your TOC items (where they are in the doc) as Format-Paragraph-Outline Level 1 or 2.

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