The workaround I've found is to use non-breaking spaces in the heading to control the breaking, and then set the Paragraph Definition for the TOC version of that header to have a .5 in (or whatever) left indent.
Grant -----Original Message----- From: framers-bounces+grant.hogarth=reuters....@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-bounces+grant.hogarth=reuters.com at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Joe Malin Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 3:24 PM To: Tweedy, Scott; framers at FrameUsers.com Subject: RE: Table of Contents Question Dear Scott - Mon cher Scott :) I've run into this situation before, and I think there's no automatic workaround to it. You should be able to add a tab character to the second line so that the page number is aligned, but you'll have to do that by hand. I often had this situation when I wrote books for Oracle Corp., and that was their standard operating procedure. I figure that if Oracle's entire cadre of FM documentation production specialists can't come up with a solution, there isn't one. Joe TuVox, Inc. 19050 Pruneridge Avenue Suite 150, Cupertino, CA 95014-0715 Joe Malin Technical Writer (408)625.1623 jmalin at tuvox.com www.tuvox.com The views expressed in this document are those of the sender, and do not necessarily reflect those of TuVox, Inc. From: Tweedy, Scott Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2005 11:43 AM To: 'framers at FrameUsers.com' Subject: Table of Contents Question I have a table of contents that is dynamically generated from the contents of a book (I do this for 12 different books). At times the length of the text in the element I have to use to create the entries in the table of contents is too long and it wraps to a second line. Is there a way to elegantly handle this situation? What I would like to be able to do is set up a tab so that when the text wraps there is a little bit of an indent to show that the new line is still part of the original element. Thanks in advance, st To find out more about Reuters visit www.about.reuters.com Any views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender, except where the sender specifically states them to be the views of Reuters Ltd.