Creating tables of contents


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Creating tables of contents

Typically, a table of contents, like an index, is one of the last things you build in your long documents. Before you can build a TOC, you need to build your long document with all of its chapter titles, section titles, and so on, in place and styled with paragraph styles. Then you can use the TOC features to copy and reformat that information into a table of contents. Let's see how it's done. So before you can build the table of contents, you have to build your long document with things like chapter titles, section titles, and so on, all in place and styled with paragraph styles.

And once that's the case, then you can go to the Layout menu and choose table of contents. This opens the Table of Contents dialog box, and at the top, we see a Table of Contents Style menu. There is a Default, and I've built in a front matter table of contents style that we'll take a look at in a minute. But for now, we'll leave it on the default. And then the first choice is do we want a ti...

Creating tables of contents
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Creating tables of contents provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the Creating Long Documents with InDesign

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Design
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InCopy InDesign
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