In the previous video, you wrote your first photo journal entry.
In this video, you will set up your journal for additional entries to complete later.
You will also create a table of contents
to organize your journal and make it easier to
navigate to each journal entry if you ever want to add more details.
To start, add a page break after your first journal entry.
At the top of the next page, title your second entry.
If you’re not sure what you want to write about, title it Entry 2.
Then, adjust the formatting,
so it’s the same heading type and alignment as your first entry title.
Repeat those steps for Entry 3.
Now you have areas saved for your upcoming entries.
If you’re writing about something in your past,
add more images and write your next
journal entries after you complete this lesson.
Otherwise, add more entries as you experience them.
To make it easy to navigate to specific entries in your journal, create a table of contents.
Return to your cover page.
Insert a page break after your photo and source.
Label the table of contents page,
and adjust the formatting.
Next, insert your Table of Contents.
Titles of each journal entry are now listed as links!
Oops, the table of contents heading is also linked here.
That’s not useful since it’s linking to the same section of the document.
The link was included because the title was changed to a heading.
Any heading you create in your document will appear in your table of contents.
To remove it, change the format of your Table of Contents page label.
Refresh the table of contents to see the updated links.
Click on one of the links to test it.
As you add new entries in the future, refresh your table of contents,
so it’s always current.
Now, it’s your turn.
Insert a page break after your first journal entry.
Add and format the titles for your second and third entries..
Add another page break after your cover page,
and label your new page Table of Contents,
and insert a Table of Contents with links.