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Re: [libreoffice-users] Problem with chapter numbering and TOC.

On 18.11.2019 19:51, Krunose wrote:
> If I were you, I would make it like this: In Outline and Numbering...
> set Level 1 so filed 'Number' is empty. In filed 'before' enter word
> 'Chapter' in filed 'After' put 'space'. Click OK.
> Now, leave empty paragraph, next paragraph style as Heading one, and
> then leave another empty paragraph.
> Middle paragraph (Heading 1) will have 'Chapter '. Now follow
> instructions at
> https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/4331/how-can-i-have-a-custom-numbered-field/
> Now you will have 'Chapter 1'.
> Next step is to select all three paragraphs (Heading 1 being in the
> middle) and hit CTRL + F3 as that will open AutoText dialog. Add name
> for new AutoText and go AutoText → New.
> On every page you wish to add 'Chapter #' just entery shortcut you
> defined when naming new AutoText and hit F3.
> Benefit: Having word 'Chapter ' followed by auto incremented numbers and
> all appearing in TOC.
> Kruno

Thanks Krono, but this is way too complicated and inconvenient for the
people I am training. Plus it is a workaround, not documented in our
help and documentation facilities.


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