Question about Microsoft Word 2003 for PC
Click on FORMAT, then STYLES AND FORMATTING. Select the TOC 4 style and un-select BOLD in the text option. This should solve this issue. :-)
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
You can easily modify the formatting for a TOC. You will need to replace the current TOC - I'm assuming you are using the built-in reference to create your TOC.
Select Insert / Reference / Index and Tables. Click on the "Table of Contents" tab.
Click on <Modify>. Click on "TOC 3". Click on <Modify>. Click on the Bold icon to unselect the Bold attribute. Click on <OK> three times.
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