On 05/09/2013 02:21 PM, Carl Paulsen wrote:
The problem seems to be in your heading styles. You would
probably be better off using Heading 1, Heading 2, Etc. The Writer Guide
contains instructions for how to create a ToC. I suggest you download
the Guide and follow its directions.
Build ID: e0fbe70-dcba98b-297ab39-994e618-0f858f0
On an Intel Mac on 10.6.8
I have a draft document in which I've used heading styles for
sections. I now want to create a Table of Contents (ToC), but I'm
having trouble getting it to work right. I'm using the styles almost
as they came with the software (I added one style for a "Draft"
watermark that I'm also using in this document).
The problem is that sections to which I've applied the Heading 1a
style end up with 2 or 3 entries in the ToC, at different levels. So,
for example, I have one Heading 1 section, "Fundraising History,"
followed by a subsection called "Annual Fund" set to Heading 1a.
There are other subsections with Heading 1a applied, then other
sections with Heading 1 applied. The ToC reads:
The ToC should read:
ToC screen grab
(I've inserted a screen-shot image here but not sure it'll get through
to the group.)
Any idea what's going on and how I can fix it? Thanks so much.
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