TOC in Current Notebook

Description : Creates a new page with table of contents of the current notebook


Author(s) : Omer Atay
Category : TOC
Last Updated : April 24, 2018
Requirements : OneNote 2010 or above
Screenshot :

TOC in Current Notebook

Select link generation mode. In "Resilient" mode links to pages and sections will still work even if they are renamed, however this mode is slow. In "Fast" mode links will no longer work if pages or sections are renamed, but it goes much faster
Link Generation Mode
TOC Page Mode
Changelog :

April 24, 2018 (6BB92B) - Omer Atay
Now remembers the Link Generation Mode, Scope and TOC Page Mode settings each time it runs

December 27, 2016 (A0FC4A) - Omer Atay
Added options for Fast vs Resilient link mode and ability to update existing TOC page.

July 30, 2016 (2C4E75) - Omer Atay
TOC now uses indents for subpages so that it can be collapsed

June 20, 2016 (E1D14C) - Omer Atay
Re-written with the new Macro Language to take advantage of cleaner syntax and performance improvements

These versions are no longer supported:

November 07, 2014 - Omer Atay
Updated to work with sections with a template

March 26, 2013 - Omer Atay
Initial version


Omer Atay - 2019-01-28
CD: It is only for the machine that will actually be using the macro
CD - 2019-01-28
I have a couple of OneNote files that are on department shared servers that many people today access. Today everyone has update ability.
With the TOC macro or any of the macro, would they need to be installed on all machines that access the shared Notebook or only on the machine that will actually be using the macro?  Thanks.
Anonymous - 2019-01-20
I have just noticed the updated installer, and it works, however updating the TOC results in a new TOC being generated on the page rather than the original set of links being updated. Functional, but not quite how it used to be.