On 17/01/2012 at 21:33, Tom Davies <email@example.com> wrote:
Can yo cheat and insert an Index at the front and then just have it index
the chapter headings?
It does not matter where you put your Index, it indexes whole document (the
logic behind it is nicely exposed in LaTeX, when you have to process document
two times in order to generate Index). Indexes are usually placed by the end
of book and most user search them there.
You can index chapter heading (why couldn't you?).
You can't index Table of Content (which would be pointless anyway).
Oh, and if by your question you try to know if you can use Index in function
of Table of Contents - perhaps with big enough effort you could, but why
bother? If you need ToC, then you create ToC; if you need Index, then you
create Index. They are different things invented for different purposes.
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