Scott Tweedy wrote: 

<snip>  When the text is 
> just long enough that it "runs into" the page number the page 
> number wraps to the next line instead of the text "breaking" 
> and then wrapping.  Here's an example of what I mean:
>  
> ILS or ILS/RADAR RWY 26L.......177
> SID(VECTOR) NON JET RICHMOND.
> 178
> SID(VECTOR) VANCOUVER......179
> NOISE ABATEMENT (pg 1)........180
<snip>  

The second tab that Fred told you to add (between <$elementonly> and
<$pagenum> in your ref page TOC spec) will fix 99% of the problems with
long TOC entries that wrap. 

Occasionally, you may encounter an instance where you want the line to
break earlier. You can force a line break by going to the *source
heading* for the TOC entry and changing the spaces *after* where you
want the break into non-breaking spaces. If the entire heading won't fit
onto one TOC row, it will break at the last ordinary space. 

HTH!
Richard 


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Richard G. Combs
Senior Technical Writer
Polycom, Inc.
richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom
303-223-5111
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rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom
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