Long page with table of contents

If your page is quite long and broken up into several sections, you may want to create a table of contents like this:

Section one
Section two
Section three

Section one
Here goes all the text that makes up your first section. At the end of each section you should make a copy of the 'up arrow', which provides a link back to the top of the page.
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Section two
Your first step in setting up a page like this is to make your section headings into 'anchors' (destinations for links within the current page). Microsoft FrontPage calls these 'bookmarks'.
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Section three
The next step is to link each item in your table of contents to the anchors you have created. For more information on linking within the current page, see your HTML or authoring system documentation. Alternatively, just copy the HTML within this page.
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