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Building a TOC

XPress’s Lists feature forces you to define a List, then build the table of contents from the Lists palette. InDesign makes a table of contents in one step, using the Table of Contents feature (which you can select from the Layout menu; see Figures 89-1 and 89-2). In the Table of Contents dialog box you can enter a title (like “Contents”) if you wish for one to be automatically added to the beginning of the TOC, and you can apply a paragraph style to the title text using the Style pop-up menu.

Figure 89-1. The Table of Contents dialog box lets you identify which paragraph styles InDesign should include in your TOC and how they are formatted.



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