I have been working on a training plan for my company that was started in Word 2013 Preview and I have since upgraded to the full version. Since the beginning, I have been having an issue with page numbering and a table of contents, so I just left them out. Now I am re-working on the project and I want to have page numbers in a header with a table of contents following the title page. However, I am not able to because the page numbering resets to 0 after a bulleted list!
Now, I have tried the obvious answer of taking out the bulleted list, however it sets the page number to 3 (when it is really on page 4 of the document- after the title page of course). I am not sure how to fix this so I contacted Microsoft's "Premium" Support. (I am going to be honest here...) But, I swear that the tech did not know anything about MS Office. It took over an hour for him to finally give up and say (and I am quoting from the original chat log) "James, as I see here that there's nothing wrong with your office 2013. I think you miss something on how to create a table of contents."
What is the point of shelling out $100 for the new office only to be having automatic numbering/table of contents that does not work correctly. The bigger question is why have support staff that does not solve your problems and eventually dismisses you.
But I digress, can anyone help me solve my problem?