If I understand your question, I've used section breaks and page styles
to achieve different page formatting. I've never used a master document
as I've never written anything long enough to justify it, but for my
longer documents, I set it up this way.
Title page -- using a page style I call TitlePage
Front matter (table of contents, etc.) using a page style called FrontMatter
Main matter (body of my document) using my standard page style (or if
it's double sided, I may have different page styles for right and left
With each section break, I reset the page numbering to "1," using lower
case roman numerals for the front matter and Arabic numbers for the main
Hope this helps.
I'll email you directly a sample document showing my page styles, etc.
On 10/15/2016 7:30 AM, Julian Brooks wrote:
> Hi all,
> With a huge nod of appreciation to Virgil, I've managed to start building a
> thesis template. This I'll push to the list when done.
> I have another question though:
> In my large Master doc I've now got margins for the text chapters that I
> really like. Unfortunately this really doesn't look good for the ToC, which
> is now way too squished (there's also a couple of the appendices that are
> now borked).
> How can I edit certain pages so they can have minimal margins. Something
> like the title page but can't use the title page as that ruins the page
> Also is there weird rules with it being the ToC? I don't want to finalise
> the ToC (ie make a copy) as it's still in flux.
> So change the page margins whilst keeping the flexibility that makes the
> ToC so good in the first place? Then I'll move onto the appendices:)
> Regards to all,
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