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7 Steps to Better Tables of Contents in OpenOffice.org Writer

Oct 02, 2009, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bruce Byfield)

"Fortunately, Writer is also flexible enough to allow you to produce useful, aesthetic ToCs if you follow a few basic steps. ,p>"However, before you read about these steps, you might want to refer to "OpenOffice.org Off-the-Wall: ToCs, Indexes and Bibliographies in OOo Writer," which covers the basics of how to create a ToC. The general procedure is not difficult: first. you create the markers to use in the ToC via Insert -> Indexes and Tables -> Entry -> Index -> Table of Contents, then you generate the ToC through Insert -> Indexes and Tables -> Indexes and Tables. If you want, all you need to do is click the OK button to generate the ToC, but you can customize it in just about every way imaginable, so you might want to refresh your mind about the details before looking at these steps."

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