Re: FrameMaker, Table of Contents

Subject: Re: FrameMaker, Table of Contents
From: Mitch Berg <mberg -at- IS -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 1997 11:15:51 -0500

> I would like to place a table of contents at the beginning of each
> chapter (of a software manual). Apparently, FrameMaker always generates
> the tables of contents for a document in a *separate* file (*.TOC). Or
> is there a way to insert the table in the document itself?

There are a few ways, all of them more or less complex:
1) Generate a TOC file that is chapter-specific, and import it as inset
text.
2) Create a table of cross-references to the various subheadings. This is
simple, but sort of high-maintenance.

Hoffentlich hilft's etwas...

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