Fit Table of Contents into Microsoft Word document

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I recently created a Table of Contents in a Microsoft Word document but it's going off the page (off the right margin). I've shrinking the text but that didn't help. Anything else I can try?
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A lot depends on how you did it. If you created the document and flagged your TITLE and sections  breaks with  headings, either HEADING 1 or HEADING 2, it’s easy. Click the reference tab and select Table of Contents. You can then select auto 1 or auto 2 types or manual. This will put a table of contents at the top of the document and auto update as you change your document if the auto ones were selected.

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