Oh yea - the other thing. The page size/margins on the body page of the
TOC look just fine, but when I open the reference page, the actual text
entry area is reduced significantly and the margins are shifted. On the
body page, I have a 1 inch margin on the left and one inch on the right.
On the Reference page, the left margin is shifted over to 0.25 and the
right margin is now over 2.5 inches. 

TVB

Tammy Van Boening
Engineering Technical Writer
InsureWorx
303-729-7733
tvanboening at insureworx.com
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> _____________________________________________ 
> From:         Tammy Van Boening  
> Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 8:55 AM
> To:   framers at lists.frameusers.com
> Subject:      Major problems with generating TOC
> 
> Framemaker 7.2 on Windows XP.
> 
> I am trying to something very basic and simple - create a TOC for a
> book. Right now, I have but a single file in the book. I use Add >
> Table of Contents, select the paragraph tags that I want to include in
> the TOC, then generate the book. When I open the TOC and go to view
> the reference page to format the TOC entries, the TOC reference page
> shows absolutely no entries for any of the paragraph tags that I have
> selected. Instead, it shows entries for tags that do not exist
> anywhere in the single file for which I am generating the TOC and this
> file was not created from an existing template/file. This single file
> was created totally from scratch. 
> 
> That is, I have chosen Heading1, Heading2, and Heading3 to generate my
> TOC. When I open the TOC Reference page, I don't see any of the
> following entries: Heading1TOC, Heading2TOC, and Heading3TOC. Instead,
> I see a bunch of weird entries with buried end of flow symbols and tab
> symbols and only the first two are selectable and editable. I cannot
> select anything else on the Reference page.
> 
> I am absolutely stymied by this. In all of my years of using
> Framemaker, I have never seen anything like this in my life. Any and
> all help is sincerely appreciated.
> 
> TVB
> 
> 
> 
> Tammy Van Boening
> Engineering Technical Writer
> InsureWorx
> 303-729-7733
> tvanboening at insureworx.com
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