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    Chapter headings in a TOC (2003)

    I'm formatting a report for somone and she wants a title page for each chapter,

    Chapter 1
    (a blank space here)
    The blah blah

    But in the TOC, she wants it to show as

    Chapter 1 The blah blah

    How can I get the chapter heading to show on one line with out the line breaks in the TOC, but have it split on the title pages in the report?

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    Re: Chapter headings in a TOC (2003)

    When the document has been finalized, select the TOC and update it (press F9).
    With the TOC still selected, press Ctrl+Shift+F9 to unlink the field, i.e. convert it from a field to just text.
    You can then post-process the TOC to meet the requirements.

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    Re: Chapter headings in a TOC (2003)

    If you use Soft Returns (Shift-Enter) to split the lines of the headings in the body of the document then these get ignored in the TOC and will show the way you describe.
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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