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Subject:Re: Extra lines in Word TOC From:"Ridder, Fred" <ridderf -at- DIALOGIC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 3 Mar 1997 14:05:35 -0500
Michael Caplan wrote (in part):
>Colleagues have been finding, that in a Word 7.0 document with
>automatic numbering for Headings and manual page breaks, that the TOC
>will insert an extra entry for the page break. And, if the style of
>the page break is changed, the style for the heading is changed as
>Is this a known Word bug? And, if so, does anyone have a workaround?
I don't know how well-known this bug is, but I do know that I came
up against it last year. The simple workaround is to accomplish
manual page breaks before heading paragraphs via Format>Paragraph>
Text Flow>Page Break Before rather than via Insert>Break>Page Break.