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Re: [libreoffice-users] Insert page before TOC


Hi Ian,

> Thanks Robert. That allowed me to insert a page break but the new
> page had a background colour the same as the TOC and changing the
> style from "Contents Heading" to Default Style" wouldn't remove it.

Did you really press Alt + Enter two times?
The first break will be part of the TOC, the second break will be out of
the TOC.

I have tested this before and saw that the first Alt + Enter was part of
the TOC and will have been gone when updating the TOC.

Regards

Robert
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