RE: Framemaker/TOC question

Subject: RE: Framemaker/TOC question
From: "Broberg, Mats" <mats -dot- broberg -at- flir -dot- se>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2002 12:21:15 +0200


You need to set a right tab for the <$pagenum>. If you have acces to the FM
6.0 user's manual, tere's a description on p. 352-353. You specify the
leader in the same dialog box where you set the tab.

Best wishes,
Mats Broberg

> Good Morning All,
> I have a Framemaker question that I'm hoping someone will be
> able to answer. I want to release a guide on Monday and for
> once I actually have some time to make it look nice. I was
> looking through the table of contents in my Framemaker 6.0
> manual and liked their clean cut, fairly minimalist style so
> I am trying to replicate it. I know that I can get the dots
> between the heading names and pages numbers by going into the
> reference pages and doing:

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