Yes, I do know that we should be using styles with autonumbering in our law firm. Yes, I know it's best practice. Yes, I agree. But, the fact is, we don't - for a whole variety of reasons - use styles. So, we have an attorney who has come up with a rather convoluted scheme for including his autonumbering in the TOC by using cross referencing within the mark for TOC fields. The actual field codes for a couple of his paragraphs look like this (the -> represents a tab):

ARTICLE 1. ->GENERAL DEFINITIONS{ TC "ARTICLE 1. -> GENERAL DEFINITIONS" F C L "1" }
1.1. Definitions of Land. { TC "1.1. -> Definitions of Land" f C l "2" }

The process is: After marking for Table of Contents (TOC), a Cross-reference (C-R) is inserted referencing the Paragraph number which was produced by Auto Numbering, in the first case