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The "Entries Of Table Of Contents" dialog

In this dialog you can specify which document headings should be included in your table of contents.

When creating a table of contents, Atlantis by default collects paragraphs associated with outline styles or directly formatted with an outline level:

Standard options for TOC entries

An outline style is a style whose paragraph format has an outline level above the Body text level:

Outline level of style

To apply a direct outline level to a paragraph associated with any style (except the "Heading 1" through "Heading 9" styles), click the paragraph, choose the Format | Paragraph... menu The main menu or simply menu is a horizontal bar with clickable commands anchored to the top of the main window of Atlantis:

Main menu
command, and select a non-body-text outline level.

Use the Collect levels drop-down to specify which outline levels should be included in your table of contents:

Collect outline levels

For example, when "3" is selected in the "Collect levels" drop-down, Atlantis will collect headings with outline levels 1, 2, and 3.


Instead of creating a table of contents from outline styles or direct outline formatting, you might wish to build it from paragraphs formatted with specific styles. For example, you may need to build a table of contents from paragraphs formatted with custom styles named "Part Title" and "Chapter Title". To do so, check the Custom styles box, and specify TOC levels (equivalent to outline levels) for each of these styles:

Custom styles


By default, when building a table of contents Atlantis searches the entire document for headings. To create a table of contents only for a document fragment marked with a specific bookmark, select that bookmark from the Collect entries from fragment marked by bookmark drop-down:

Bookmark

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