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Subject:Re: Chapter numbering and TOC From:Janet Valade <jvalade -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 12 Mar 1996 11:54:59 -0800
>I have done away with the master document altogether by using the
>Reference Doc technique to compile the TOC and index. To do this:
>...stuff taken out...
>I hope this makes sense. A description of this procedure is in _Word
>Version 6 for Windows_ published by Que.
This works fine. However, it sees the chapters separately and numbers
each one beginning with page 1. This is fine if you want to number
them that way. But what if you want to number your chapters
continuously. I mean chapter 2 begins on page 50, etc. Is there any
way to do that without a master document?
jvalade -at- ix -dot- netcom -dot- com