On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:29:22 -0400, rgheck wrote: > Well, here are a few. It seems to me that what you're doing, more or > less, is using what would ordinarily be called "sections" but renaming > them as "tips". I'm not sure about this, because you list a section > before the first chapter.
You are correct. I mixed up my terminology: it really should say "Part" -- section is OpenOffice.org terminology for the same thing. > But if that is what you are doing, then you > will first need to redefine how sections appear in the TOC. I would do > this using the titlesec package, but the koma-script packages probably > have their own way of doing this. I don't know. > OK, I took a look. Titlesec seems interesting. I'll see if Koma-Script allows those types of changes also. > As far as the TOC goes, titlesec has a companion package, titletoc, > which may be what you need. Then again, it may be that, once you're > redefined what sections are called (tips, in your case), all will be > well. > OK, thanks. > Finally, customization of headers generally means the use of the > fancyhdr package, for which LyX provides limited support. The examples > in the fancyhdr docs make it pretty easy to get what you want, though. > I guess so, if I can get the numbering to say "Tip #" and if I can get tip numbers to keep on incrementing from one chapter to the next. Thanks for the ideas, L -- Get free public speaking and communication tips by registering at http://www.duperval.com Bring out the speaker in you!