On 2012-10-18 06:44, . wrote:
On 10/17/2012 12:59 PM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
Do you mean 2 entries for each heading, or are you showing the current
situation and the desired situation.
Click in the table of contents, press F11 for styles. In paragraph
styles select contents 1 (should be selected when you press F11 while
Right click Modify. On the Indents and Spacing tab, adjust the before
text and after text.
I'm showing the desired situation.
Heading 1 is applied to all entries that are to be put into the Index
and thus all of the present entries are flush to the left side of the
I'd like Heading 1 applied to those entries that'll be in the index
which are the main Index entry and under that main index entry there are
1 or more sub-topics. 'Hope that makes sense.
There for "Cats whisker cleaners" you would use Heading 2 style in the
document. You can then adjust Contents2 style in the index/table of
contents to display as you require. You can also set the levels of
headings to show in the index. You may want to show heading 1 and
heading 2 but not heading 3 and below.
On 2012-10-18 02:45, . wrote:
Would someone please tell me how I can create an Index entry that is
indented? Presently the indexes I create using Heading 1 which when the
index is made (at the beginning of a document) the entry is flush to the
left of the page's margin.
Here's how I want it to look;
Cats whisker cleaners............1
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