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Chapter 34. Assembling Large Documents > Inserting Tables of Contents, Indexes,...

Inserting Tables of Contents, Indexes, and Cross-References

When you work with a master document, one of the advantages is that you can use the same techniques you use in a single document to create tables of contents and other tables, indexes, and cross-references. To insert a table of contents or index into a master document, open the master document, expand the subdocuments by clicking the Expand Subdocuments button, and switch to Normal view. Then, use the normal methods for inserting the table of contents or index (see Chapter 31, "Creating Indexes and Tables of Contents"). You also must be working in Normal view of the master document to insert cross-references that make references across documents. When you update tables of contents, indexes, or cross-references, be sure to do so from within the master document to avoid error messages.

See "Creating Cross-References,"


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