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    Multiple TOCs in one document? (Word 2000 SR1)

    Is it possible to have multiple TOCs in one document? I want to create a Multi-lingual book. Each section will be a different language with page numbering associated with the sections numbering. The customer wants each section to look like a "stand-alone" with title page AND TOC for the section.

    Any suggestions?

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    Re: Multiple TOCs in one document? (Word 2000 SR1)

    Hi Ruth,

    You can absolutely do this. In fact I do it a lot for our regulatory submissions. I start by bookmarking the section that I want a TOC for. I then insert the following field:
    { TOC "BookmarkName" * MERGEFORMAT }. I insert the field by go to Insert, Field, Index and Tables, and choose TOC. Then click the Options button and select the b bookmark option, click Add. Then type the name of your bookmark.

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    Re: Multiple TOCs in one document? (Word 2000 SR1)

    So let me see if I understand. For the main title of the section, I would use a unique bookmark and then I can create a TOC for just one section. Or do I select the whole section and create a bookmark?

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    Re: Multiple TOCs in one document? (Word 2000 SR1)

    Ruth

    You select the whole section and bookmark it. Then you add a TOC wherever you like and include b "BookmarkName" in the field for the TOC so that it looks something like this {TOC b "BookmarkName" o "1-3" }.

    Have a look in the options available when you choose Insert | Field and select TOC.
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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