On 01/17/2012 03:33 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Can yo cheat and insert an Index at the front and then just have it index the chapter headings?
(Kinda following the old saying "If in doubt, cheat")
Since I've mastered adding a TOC with hyperlinks I was hoping I could
create an alphabetic ordered TOC since Indexes don't support hyperlinks
that'll take you to a specific location within a document.
--- On Tue, 17/1/12, Mirosław Zalewski <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Mirosław Zalewski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Table of Contents in alphabetic order?
Date: Tuesday, 17 January, 2012, 20:27
On 17/01/2012 at 15:36, "." <email@example.com> wrote:
How can a TOC be put into alphabetic order? (I'm not talking about an
So, are you talking about table of contents or index?
ToC's are usually placed at beginning or end of book and contain list of
chapters, subchapters, sections, subsections etc. with page numbers. Items are
ordered in the same manner they appear in book and you should not change that.
Indexes are usually by the end of book and contain list of alphabetically
sorted keyword with page numbers (so reader can easily if and where is
particular subject in the book).
Either way, please read LO Writer documentation:
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