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TOC and Chapter/Page Numbering with outline numbering

 
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triturus
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 1:32 am    Post subject: TOC and Chapter/Page Numbering with outline numbering Reply with quote

I have created a doc with chapter numbering using outline numbering for instance:
Chapter 1
Par 1.1
Par 1.1.1
Par 1.1.2
Par 1.2
Chapter 2
Par 2.1
Par 2.1.1
Par 2.1.2
etc.

The page numbering I am using is Chapter - Page number (each chapter starting with page 1). I would like to create a TOC with references to the page numbers reflecting the above, for instance:
Chapter 1 ..................1-1
Par 1.1...................1-1
Par 1.1.1............1-1
Par 1.1.2............1-3
Par 1.2...................1-5
Chapter 2 ...................2-1
Par 2.1....................2-1
Par 2.1.1.............2-1
Par 2.1.2............2-10
I am not getting how to do this. I there anyone who knows how to do this?
Thanks.
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raphou
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2004 12:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Same problem here & I cannot figure it out.
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ftack
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 25, 2004 5:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You need to edit the TOC:

In "Structure", you can insert "Chapter no" before the page number and put a dash in between as separator.

* Right-click TOC, Edit Table, "entries" tab
* Place cursor in white field before #
* Press "Chapter no". This will insert the chapter number: it appears as E#
* In the white field after E#, type your hyphen
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2005 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The solution above is not quite what we need, it results in a TOC that look like:

Chapter 1 ..................1-1
Par 1.1...................1.1-1
Par 1.1.1............1.1.1-1
Par 1.1.2............1.1.2-3
Par 1.2...................1.2-5
Chapter 2 ...................2-1
Par 2.1....................2.1-1
Par 2.1.1.............2.1.1-1
Par 2.1.2............2.1.2-10

There needs to be a new feature created to properly handle the use of chapter-page numbering so that the TOC, INDEX, and Cross-References all refer to the correct chapter-page number.
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