Carl Paulsen wrote (09-05-13 20:21)
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).
Did you have a look at Tools > Outline numbering?
There you can link the levels to the styles of your choise.
(As remarked by others, Heading 1, ..2, ..3 are default. But that's not
And make sure that the individual paragraph styles that you use have no
settings on the Numbering tab!
All works like this for as long as I know LibreOffice ;-)
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