Table of contents
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"Table Of Contents" dialog

Through this dialog you can specify settings for your new or existing table of contents.

Check the Show title box if you want to include a title in your table of contents. The title itself can by typed in the edit box right below the Show title box:

The 'Show title' box

If the Show page numbers box is checked, each entry in the table of contents displays a page number of the corresponding heading. When the Right align page numbers box is unchecked, page numbers are displayed next to each entry in the table of contents:

Right align page numbers

If the Right align page numbers box is checked, page numbers are displayed aligned to the page right margin:

Right align page numbers

When both the Show page numbers and Right align page numbers boxes are checked, you can use the Tab leader combo box to add dots, lines, or dashes between TOC entries and their corresponding page numbers:

Tab leader

Use the Show levels box to specify the number of heading levels you want to display in your table of contents. For example, if 3 is specified for Show levels, Atlantis will scan the document for Heading 1, Heading 2, and Heading 3 styles only.

The Use formats from box lists all the document templates containing TOC styles. These TOC styles are used by Atlantis to apply the required formatting to the table of contents. Choose the desired template from this list. When the This document item selected in the Use formats from box, the table of contents will be created with the TOC styles contained by the active document. If the active document contains no TOC styles, these will be imported into your document from the default document template, or will be generated by Atlantis automatically.

The Templates folder under the home folder of Atlantis contains a batch of the Table of contents templates. You could modify the TOC styles of any of these templates as well as use any of them to create your own template with the TOC styles.
The Table Of Contents dialog of Atlantis will use all the templates (standard and custom) containing TOC styles.

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