suvayu ali <> writes:

Hi Sevayu!

> have the content pages at the end instead of the front. Is there any
> particular reason for that?

Yes there is a reason. 

The MM implementation of table of contents collects all the headers and
captions that have read up to the point of execution of the table of
content command. 

If you want to collect all the headers, the table of content command 
must be placed at the end.  The idea was that you placed those pages in the 
right order
before "shipping" the document after printing. Now in the day of PDF
files, it may look weird to have it there but being that the
implementation of the macro has not changed, it still needs to be the
last command in the document.

Luis Anaya
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