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I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page Annex reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to have two sets of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the other from 1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the other just for
the Annex as that way I can replicate that document. The only difference then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two different tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page numbers in the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of the header and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit clunky.

Is there a better way????
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Jerry
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You can do the second set of page numbers using a calculation field --

{ = { PAGE } - n }

Where n is the number of the first annex page minus 1. Or even swisher, add
a bookmark for the start of the annex, and use { = { PageRef
"AnnexBookmark" } - 1 } ... then the annex numbering will update if you add
or remove pages from the body.

Can't think of a way to get those numbers into your second table of
contents, however.




"Jerry" wrote in message
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I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page Annex

reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to have two sets

of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the other from 1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the other just for
the Annex as that way I can replicate that document. The only difference

then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two different tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page numbers in the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of the header and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit clunky.

Is there a better way????
--
Jerry



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Thanks for the help. It at least measn I do not have to paginate each page
separately, I can (of course) do thye secondary TOC manually as that is
unlikely to change once I have it in.

"Jerry" wrote:

I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page Annex reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to have two sets of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the other from 1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the other just for
the Annex ashat way I can replicate that document. The only difference then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two different tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page numbers in the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of the header and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit clunky.

Is there a better way????
--
Jerry

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I asked the same question today but with a slightly different twist. I used
your calculation suggestion and got it to work. But I need the first few
pages in roman numerals. How do I format that within the field?

"Jezebel" wrote:

You can do the second set of page numbers using a calculation field --

{ = { PAGE } - n }

Where n is the number of the first annex page minus 1. Or even swisher, add
a bookmark for the start of the annex, and use { = { PageRef
"AnnexBookmark" } - 1 } ... then the annex numbering will update if you add
or remove pages from the body.

Can't think of a way to get those numbers into your second table of
contents, however.




"Jerry" wrote in message
...
I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page Annex

reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to have two sets

of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the other from 1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the other just for
the Annex as that way I can replicate that document. The only difference

then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two different tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page numbers in the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of the header and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit clunky.

Is there a better way????
--
Jerry




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You can add the \*roman switch to the PAGE field. I think probably the TOC
doesn't pick that up, either, though. The only way to do this so that Word
picks up roman numbering is through Format Page Number, which would apply to
all the page numbers in the section.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
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"JayWomack" wrote in message
...
I asked the same question today but with a slightly different twist. I

used
your calculation suggestion and got it to work. But I need the first few
pages in roman numerals. How do I format that within the field?

"Jezebel" wrote:

You can do the second set of page numbers using a calculation field --

{ = { PAGE } - n }

Where n is the number of the first annex page minus 1. Or even swisher,

add
a bookmark for the start of the annex, and use { = { PageRef
"AnnexBookmark" } - 1 } ... then the annex numbering will update if you

add
or remove pages from the body.

Can't think of a way to get those numbers into your second table of
contents, however.




"Jerry" wrote in message
...
I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page Annex

reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to have two

sets
of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the other from

1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the other just

for
the Annex as that way I can replicate that document. The only

difference
then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two different

tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page numbers in

the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of the header

and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit clunky.

Is there a better way????
--
Jerry







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Hi,
This is a related question to this thread:
Can I have multiple TOCs within the same document? e.g. I have 5 chapters,
each having 2 sub-chapters. I would like a TOC at the beginning of each
chapter that only shows the 2 sub-chapters in that chapter.

(I will do away with the page numbering under Options.)
Thank you.
"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You can add the \*roman switch to the PAGE field. I think probably the TOC
doesn't pick that up, either, though. The only way to do this so that Word
picks up roman numbering is through Format Page Number, which would apply to
all the page numbers in the section.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"JayWomack" wrote in message
...
I asked the same question today but with a slightly different twist. I

used
your calculation suggestion and got it to work. But I need the first few
pages in roman numerals. How do I format that within the field?

"Jezebel" wrote:

You can do the second set of page numbers using a calculation field --

{ = { PAGE } - n }

Where n is the number of the first annex page minus 1. Or even swisher,

add
a bookmark for the start of the annex, and use { = { PageRef
"AnnexBookmark" } - 1 } ... then the annex numbering will update if you

add
or remove pages from the body.

Can't think of a way to get those numbers into your second table of
contents, however.




"Jerry" wrote in message
...
I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page Annex
reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to have two

sets
of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the other from

1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the other just

for
the Annex as that way I can replicate that document. The only

difference
then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two different

tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page numbers in

the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of the header

and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit clunky.

Is there a better way????
--
Jerry





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See the "A partial table of contents" section in the article at
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting/TOCSwitches.htm.

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"Melissa" wrote in message
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Hi,
This is a related question to this thread:
Can I have multiple TOCs within the same document? e.g. I have 5

chapters,
each having 2 sub-chapters. I would like a TOC at the beginning of

each
chapter that only shows the 2 sub-chapters in that chapter.

(I will do away with the page numbering under Options.)
Thank you.
"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

You can add the \*roman switch to the PAGE field. I think probably

the TOC
doesn't pick that up, either, though. The only way to do this so

that Word
picks up roman numbering is through Format Page Number, which

would apply to
all the page numbers in the section.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the

newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"JayWomack" wrote in message
...
I asked the same question today but with a slightly different

twist. I
used
your calculation suggestion and got it to work. But I need the

first few
pages in roman numerals. How do I format that within the field?

"Jezebel" wrote:

You can do the second set of page numbers using a calculation

field --

{ = { PAGE } - n }

Where n is the number of the first annex page minus 1. Or even

swisher,
add
a bookmark for the start of the annex, and use { = { PageRef
"AnnexBookmark" } - 1 } ... then the annex numbering will

update if you
add
or remove pages from the body.

Can't think of a way to get those numbers into your second

table of
contents, however.




"Jerry" wrote in message
...
I am preparing a large (300+page) document that has 50+ page

Annex
reprinted
with permission from the other author. I want the Annex to

have two
sets
of
page numbers, one straight through from 1-300+, and the

other from
1-50. I
need two Tables of Contents, one for the whole document the

other just
for
the Annex as that way I can replicate that document. The

only
difference
then
between the Aneex and its original will be in the Header.

Can I have two sets of page numbers and then generate two

different
tables
of contents?

I can obviously do it by "faking" the second set of page

numbers in
the
Annex by manually putting the numbers on a second line of

the header
and
preparing the second TOC manually, but that seems a bit

clunky.

Is there a better way????
--
Jerry









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