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Using Run-In Heading Formats in a Table of Contents

You might have seen run-in heads used in documents. With run-in heads, two separate paragraphs can appear on the same line together. Paragraphs appear above or below the previous or next paragraph when they are not run-in heads.

When does a situation come up that would necessitate the use of run-in heads for table of contents listings? Suppose that your source document files contain chapter headings that appear on two separate lines and, therefore, are tagged with two different paragraph tags. Here’s how that would look in a document file:


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