Table of Contents (MS PowerPoint)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) PDF File 508 Checklist – ID 2.8 – asks, “If a table of contents (TOC) is present, are the page numbers correct, and, if linked, does the TOC function correctly?”
PowerPoint does not provide the functionality for making a table of contents that other Microsoft products (for example MS Word) do. That being said, if authors create a TOC slide, for example, then according to HHS guidelines, the TOC slide should provide slide numbers (like page numbers) for the related content. In addition, if the TOC slide items are linked to their related slides, the links should be constructed and function correctly.
Refer to the checkpoint information on Hyperlinks, if needed.
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