And in my TOC, the Chapter Titles all have the outline box in front of them, and the second level headings all have the bold T in front of them.
I thought the bold T meant cross-reference? I still don't know what the outlined box means. Thanks, Deirdre On 7/2/08, Deirdre Reagan <deirdre.reagan at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi all: > > I have nine Chapter Titles that feed the TOC. > > The format of the title is [Variable] [Chapter Title Name] and the > whole thing is tagged Chapter Title. > > Two chapter titles have a bold T in front of the variable. Neither > the variable nor the chapter title is cross-referenced in the rest of > the document, as far as I can tell. One paragraph tag has an asterisk > in front of it, but the other one doesn't. > > Three chapter titles have an outlined box in front of the variable. I > don't know what this outlined box is. None of these tags have an > asterisk. > > Four chapters have no symbols in front of the variable. > > Any thoughts on why these seven chapters, which only feed the TOC, > would have different symbols or none at all in front of them? > > Also, I erased the variable and ran the book, and got no error > messages, but the symbols all remained the same. > > Thanks, > > Deirdre >