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Chapter 8. Creating Tables of Contents a... > Making Changes to an Existing Table ...

Making Changes to an Existing Table of Contents

After you have a table of contents in place, you might decide to make changes to include source information or the structure of source information once it’s included. For example, suppose that you originally selected ChapterTitle, H1, and H2 as the source information to be included in the table of contents. Later, you might decide to keep those, but add H3 (third-level subheadings). You decide to make a change to the part of source information that’s included for ChapterTitle. For instance, in the current example for ChapterTitleTOC, the structure of the source information includes the autonumber, text, and page number. Say that you decide to exclude the page number from the ChapterTitleTOC. After these changes are made and the table of contents is updated, it might look something like this:


    Chapter 3 The Definitive Guide to Running
             3.1 The Language of Running 1
             3.2 Understanding Pace 2
                  3.2.1 When to Walk2
                  3.2.2 When to Jog2
                  3.2.3 Break Out and Run2
                        3.2.3.1 First Time Out - What to Watch For3


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