Why do you want TOC styles? This isn't clear. The TOC styles are automatically created by FM in the TOC file itself; you use them to format paragraphs in the TOC. You *don't* use them to include paragraph tags from other files.
Basically, it goes like this: 1. You create a TOC using Setup Table of Contents, and include all the regular paragraph tags from the individual files that you want represented in the TOC. So if you have ChapterTitle, H1, H2, and H3 as paragraph tags for the chapter title and heading 1-3, you'd include those in the left-hand column. 2. When you generate the TOC, FM automatically adds these paragraph tags to the TOC file: ChapterTitleTOC H1TOC H2TOC H3TOC 3. FM also adds a reference page to the TOC file called "TOC". On this page, it adds 4 lines that start out looking something like <paratext><$pagenum> If you click in a line, you'll see that it has one of the paragraph tags listed in the preceding step 2. The line works like an autonumber format, and governs how an entry will appear in the TOC. For example, if you put in the following line )<$paranum>)<$paratext>) <Bold><$pagenum><Default Para Font> (the parentheses stand for tab marks) and then tag it with the paragraph tag "ChapterTItleTOC", then in your TOC, the chapter title entries will start tabbed in from the starting point, and will consist of the chapter number, the title, two spaces, and then the page number in bold. 4. FM maintains the association between an ordinary paragraph tag in your files and its TOC entry by having the TOC entry's paragraph tag be <entryname>TOC. You can't change this. If you change ChapterTitleTOC to UghTOC and then delete ChapterTitleTOC, FM will just automatically create another one. As you can see, it makes no sense to have paragraph tags ending in "TOC" in the Setup Table of Contents dialog box. By the way, FM has a somewhat hidden shortcut for moving all the entries from one column to another (Oracle calls this type of control a "shuttle", and you "shuttle" an entry between columns using the shuttle buttons.) Hold down the shift key, and then click the arrow key. This will move *everything*. The best place to use this is in the Generate Acrobat Data dialog box, to clear out the paragraph tags FM puts into your PDF before you add what you want. 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. -----Original Message----- From: framers-bounces+jmalin=tuvox....@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-bounces+jmalin=tuvox.com at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of John Posada Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 1:45 PM To: List, Framers Subject: How do I get TOC styles to appear in Setup Table of Contents"Include Paragraphs Tagged" Hi, guys...sorry for the long subject line, but.. OK...follow along..I have a book with 5 new files. They've had their styles imported from a template file or previous product file. When I generate a new TOC in the book, I get the Set Up Table of Contents dialog, and all the styles appear in the Don't Include pane on the right. What I'm trying to do is get the xxTOC styles to appear on the left pane (Include Paragraphs tagged) without having to move them over individualy.