I am interested in a real "auto" solution to this issue. It crops up now
and then and "now" it has cropped up again. None of the tips others have
left for you work for me either.
I tried the plugin...but for me I might as well just remember to stick in
manual breaks at the end of the process. Not much difference for me. It's
not graceful, but it needs to be done.
Senior Editor/Curriculum Coordinator
UC Davis, Office of the University Registrar
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At 11:01 PM 9/13/2006, you wrote:
>Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 10:45:12 -0600
>From: "Linda G. Gallagher" <lindag at techcomplus.com>
>Subject: RE: Wrapping TOC, extra tabs not quite solving all problems
>To: "Grant Hogarth" <Grant.Hogarth at Reuters.com>, "Framers"
> <framers at FrameUsers.com>
>Message-ID: <DIEILKANOFOIHAPDNAFKIEMGBIAB.lindag at techcomplus.com>
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>Thanks to everyone who responded. I received lots of great ideas, but none
>worked given the 6 x 9 page size and very long headings, except for the TOC
>Breaker plug-in http://www.telecable.es/personales/cud/cssIndex.htm. I
>installed that, played with it a bit, and got it to fix the problems. Not
>totally automatic (you have to select two menu options while in the toc file
>and after updating the book), but I think I can remember to that when I do
>the final update.
>Thanks all for the help and thanks, Chris, wherever you are these days, for
>the free plug-in that does this.
>Linda G. Gallagher
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