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On 2013-01-08 07:12, Giuseppe Greco wrote:
Dear all,

I'm creating a document template and I've added a table of contents. By
default, the table of contents does not have numbering... so I've just
enabled it. So far so good. The problem is that there is no space or tab
between chapter number and chapter text:


Is there a way to add a tab between chapter number and chapter text so
that the result looks like this?

1  Chapter
   1.1  Section
   1.2 Section
2  Chapter
   2.1  Section
   2.2  Section

Any help would be really appreciated ;-)


Hi Guiseppe,

Go to your ToC and right-click on it. Then select "Edit Index/Table". In
the dialog that appears go to the tab "Entries". Next to "Structure"
you'll see a set of text fields and buttons. Underneath you'll find a
button that allows you to insert tabs. Just select the position in the
row above it and click on the "Tab" button.

You'll probably need to play around with this a bit to get the feel of
it. But it isn't too difficult, so that shouldn't be a problem.

Good luck!

Grx HdV

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