> Not knowing anything about it it sounds like a real odd requirement\\
Let me try again :-)
LO has a built in indexing feature. Part and parcel of this feature is
a configurable Table of Contents (ToC) generator.
For some reason, this generator will include a user configurable set of
Paragraph Styled text as ToC entries, but will not allow you to include
text that is Character styled.
As a result, any heading that could be described as "run-in" or
"in-line" can't not be included in the ToC. In the example below, the
bold text should be a heading, but cannot be made a heading without also
making the entire ensuing paragraph part of the heading :-(
<b>*This is Heading Three*.</b> As one can see, this level of
heading yada yada yada
and blah blah blah as that is the way it is.
The macro that was referenced earlier creates a mini invisible heading,
and then character formats the actual text, fooling the ToC generator
into adding the text to the ToC, while hiding the heading from the
reader. Quite a kludge, but there should be a simpler and more robust
way to manage this.
Why? Because all APA (or similar style) formatted documents with a level
3 heading have this issue, and because it is likely that all the
generator is doing is searching for the tags, noting the page and adding
the tagged text to the ToC, there should be no reason this would not be
the simplest fix.
> > Op 5 mei 2016, om 21:14 heeft John Jason Jordan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > het volgende geschreven:
> > On Thu, 5 May 2016 06:48:54 -0800
> > Marc Grober <email@example.com> dijo:
> > > The APA Publication Manual (Section 3.03, Pg 62) mandates a Heading
> > > 3
> > > style that that is bold and indented (1/2 an inch like a normal
> > > paragraph), and then followed on the same line by the text.