Bzzzzt. Wrong answer.

In the parent book, the page numbering doesn't matter -- whatever
setup you have is fine, so long as it works -- it will set the page
number (and para number) counters accurately.

In the small sub-book for the section, in the book file, set the page
and chapter numbering for each component file to "Read from file," as
mentioned in the follow-up email. When you generate the TOC, the
already-set counters are read and used as is.

There isn't anything manual about it.

Art



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On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 4:39 AM, Flo Flosten <flo.flo at gmx.de> wrote:
> Thanks a lot for the proposals. I tried the solution with creating mini books 
> for the individual sections but as this would require to manually specify the 
> correct starting page number each time I found this solution not to be a 
> comfortable one.
>
> But now I have an idea how experts do it and which usefuls scripts are 
> available!
>
> Thanks! Flo
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