Does anyone know of any issues with Tables of Authorities not wrapping correctly when not using the passim feature? We have a TOA from a user which behaves just beautifully when we use passim, but does not wrap correctly when we don't use it. The TOA style is set up so that there is a right indent of 1" and a right-adjust tab at the margin. If a line in the TOA is too long to fit on one line, it is supposed to wrap 1" from the right margin, indent the second line, then have page numbers show at the right margin on the last line. So when it works correctly, the page numbers are actually extended out beyond the right end of the text lines.
Passim is a feature that comes into play when there are more than five page references for any one entry. Instead of inserting 8 or 10 page numbers, it will insert the word passim. Obviously, this makes the overall length of the entry shorter, so I'm thinking this may just be a flaw in the way Word handles too many characters after a right-adjust tab.
Has anyone had this happen before? Is it a known issue, or does anyone have a fix for the problem? Thanks.