Hi Flo

Rick Quatro's ChapterTOC Framescript is an ideal solution for this:


Surely, you can create "standalone TOCs" (aka miniTOCs or local TOCs) too,
but I find the ChapterTOC Framescript the only way to do this productively.

Kind regards

Yves Barbion ? Managing Director ? Adobe-Certified FrameMaker Instructor

On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 2:21 PM, Flo Flosten <flo.flo at gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi list,
> as I find it hard to search the archive, can anyone give an idea of how to
> make section TOCs?
> I use Frame 7.2. I have a book that consists of several parts, each part
> has a number of chapters in it. I would like to have an overall TOC at the
> beginning, with lets say two levels, and at the location where a new part
> starts, I'd like to have a TOC for the section only which might then include
> three levels. The whole book has continuous page numbers, i.e. the
> individual parts do not start with page no. 1. Can you give any idea how to
> proceed without having a to copy and paste items manually?
> Thanks a lot, Flo
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