I've been updating my workbooks to OpenOffice.org 2.0, and am posting another procedure, creating tables of contents. TOCs are actually pretty slick, a lot of my students say that the TOC tool in OpenOffice.org Writer is easier and more powerful than in Word.
There are just a couple things that aren't obvious, though, so if you're going to be doing anything with tables of contents, take a look at this.
The lessons cover topics like basic TOCs, editing the format of the TOC, specifying what heading levels and styles are in the TOC, and creating a hyperlinked TOC so that when you click on an item in the table of contents, you go directly to that heading in the document.
It's quite similar to the process in OpenOffice.org 1.x, so if you're an expert in the previous release, don't worry about learning anything new on this topic.