Creating a table of contents In Google Slides Table of Contents: Australian Prime Ministers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Slide 1: Creating a table of contents Edmund Barton Alfred Deakin Chris Watson Index How to add a table of contents Insert a new slide and add the Title “Table of Contents” Type number 1. Then select Insert menu and Link Select ‘Slides in this presentation and you should see a list of all your slides. If you have used a title box on your slides, it will come up with the title in the list. Click on the first slide you want in your table of contents and click ‘apply’. This will insert a hyperlink to that slide in your table of contents. You can edit how it appear in your list by clicking on the link and selecting change. You can change the text that appears in the list and it will still keep the hyperlink. Click apply. Remember if you change the order of your slides, you will need to update your table of contents. Edmund Barton Federation was Edmund Barton's 'one great thing'. One of the key architects of Australia's Constitution, Barton became the new nation's first Prime Minister at a grand ceremony in Centennial Park, Sydney, on 1 January 1901. Alfred Deakin Alfred Deakin, Australia’s second Prime Minister, was also the fifth and the seventh. He was in office three times in the first ten years of Federation. Often referred to as ‘the constructor’, his work in building soundly on the nation’s constitutional foundations is evident a century later. Perhaps the finest speaker in the Australian parliament’s first century, Deakin’s love of learning informed his political life. Handsome and intelligent, his courteous manner earned him the nickname ‘Affable Alfred’. Chris Watson Australia’s first Labor Prime Minister held office for only four months in 1904, but his imprint on legislation extended through the first decade of the Australian parliament. 'His Vandyke beard was exquisitely groomed, his abundant brown hair smoothly brushed. His morning coat and vest set off by dark striped trousers, beautifully creased ... He was the perfect picture of the statesman, the leader'. So the new Prime Minister was described (by WM Hughes) at the first meeting of his Cabinet in 1904. John Christian Watson was a founder and one of the principal shapers of the early Australian Labor Party. Index Constitution See if you can work out how to create an index!