TOA [switches]

Builds and inserts a table of authorities. The TOA field collects entries marked by TA (Table of Authorities Entry) fields. To insert a TOA field, use the Index and Tables command (Insert menu, Reference submenu).


switches 
\c "Category" Specifies the category of entries to collect in a table of authorities
A \c switch is required for each TOA field
The field { TOA \c 2 } collects only entries marked by TA fields such as { TA \l "Hotels v
Leisure Time" \c 2 }
\b Bookmark Collects entries only from the portion of the document marked by the specified bookmark
\e "Separators" Specifies the characters (up to five) that separate a table of authorities entry and its page number
Enclose the characters in quotation marks
A tab stop with leader dots is used if no \e switch is specified
In the table of authorities generated by the field { TOA \e ", " } (specifying a comma and a space), entries are displayed as "Phillip v
Ella, 3"
\f Removes the formatting of the entry text in the document from the entry in the table of authorities
For example, "Herder Assoc
v
Hotels Corp
483 F.2d 247 (3d Cir
1990)" in the document appears as "Herder Assoc
v
Hotels Corporation 483 F.2d 247 (3d Cir
1990)" in the table of authorities
\g "Separators" Specifies the characters (up to five) that separate a range of pages
Enclose the characters in quotation marks
An en dash ( - ) is used if you omit the \g switch
The field { TOA \g " to " } displays page ranges as "Phillip v
Ella.........4 to 5" in the table of authorities
\h Includes the category heading for the entries in a table of authorities
The field { TOA \h \c "5" } inserts the heading "Treatises" above the table of authorities in the Treatises category
\l Specifies the characters (up to five) that separate multiple page references
Enclose the characters in quotation marks
If you omit the \l switch, Microsoft Word uses a comma and a space (, )
The field { TOA \l "; " } displays entries as "Phillip v
Ella.........23; 45; 66" in the table of authorities
\p Replaces five or more different page references to the same authority with "passim" - for example, "Phillip v
Ella.........passim"
\s Identifier Includes a number, such as a case number or section number, before the page number
The item must be numbered with a SEQ field, and Identifier must match the identifier in the SEQ field
For example, if the { SEQ cases } field is used to number cases, { TOA \s cases } displays page numbers in the format "2-14", where "2" is the case number
\d "Separator" Used with the \s switch, specifies the characters (up to five) that separate the sequence numbers and page numbers
Enclose the characters in quotation marks
A hyphen (-) is used if no \d switch is specified
In the table of authorities generated by { TOA \s section \d ":" }, a colon separates the section and page numbers - for example, "Phillip v
Ella, VII:3."

Remarks

* For the Microsoft documentation refer to support.microsoft.com

Examples

{ TOA \h \c 1 \p \f }
{ TOA \h \c 2 }

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