Is there a way to create an index in Google Docs like you would in a wiki?

I have huge documents with many sections. I currently use block quotes to separate those sections and keep things in perspective.

However, it would be nice to have some tag that I can give to titles and then those tags appear as an index at the top. That way I can easily browse though different things.

Any thoughts, plugins or CSS to do this?

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3. You can continue to add headings to your document or change current headings. However, if you'd like a change to become part of the table of contents, you need to click first the table and then the Update now button.

Hope this helps.

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This is great !! . Thanks so much. One more question, you might know .. the links in table of contents need to be clicked twice [once to get the link and then again to actually click it] , ctrl click did not work either .. any easy way to do 1 click and move throughout the doc . Also if reverse linking is possible that would be nice as well. Thanks again ! –  codeObserver Jun 23 '11 at 4:42

Put the cursor on the header itself, then look at the address bar of your browser. It should change to update the fragment (hash - #) at the end like #heading=h.abc32def4 -- this should correspond to the link created in the Table of Contents. Copy that entire url and use wherever needed.