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Subject:Re: Antwort: font size in TOC From:Peter <pnewman1 -at- home -dot- com> To:kerstin -dot- molthagen -at- etas -dot- de Date:Thu, 06 Jul 2000 17:19:53 -0400
kerstin -dot- molthagen -at- etas -dot- de wrote:
> Hi Peter!
> >how do you make the page numbers at the end of each TOC entry
> >all appear the same size? [...] i can change them all manually, but how
> >do I change them so that they all appear at 10pt when the TOC is
> >generated. [...]
> At my company, we have created templates for the TOCs which contain special
> paragraph types for the various TOC entries, e.g. heading_1TOC. These
> contain the same font size for all entries as well as the desired
> indentation for each level.
> After creating a new TOC, I import the formats from an existing one, and
> update the new one. After that, everything looks fine.
In WordPerfect, format | page | numbering | font, changes everything
from the insertion point forward.
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