Although it's been a few years since I used 6, I believe the numbering
properties you're asking about are controlled from the book file, not
each component file nor the TOC itself.

Highlight a component file in the book file window and right click;
select Numbering... You should see tabs, including one for Chapter and
another for Page. Go to the Chapter tab (probably) to set the prefix
by setting the <$chapnum> system variable, including turning off the
prefix for your Preface. The Page tab works the same way -- go there
to set the Roman numerals for the preface.


On 1/29/07, Victoria McIntyre <lilleycominc at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am a new Frame 6.0 user. Question 1:  My chapter page numbers are 1-2, 1-3, 
> 2-1, 2-2, etc.  My appendices uses letters, such as A-1, A-2, A-3, etc.  I 
> did not find anything in the help that tells me how to set up the reference 
> page of the TOC and Index to properly pick up the correct prefix (1- or A-).  
> Could someone provide a tip?  Question 2)  My Preface uses roman numerals for 
> page numbers.  How do I differentiate that on the reference page of the index 
> and TOC?  This worked fine in a previous version of Frame but when I imported 
> to 6.0, it puts 1- in front of everything.
>   Thanks much.

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