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Default Adding Section Heads to TOC

You'll still see Hidden text as long as you have nonprinting characters
displayed.

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"flowergardener" wrote in message
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I tried setting the style of Section Heading to Hidden. It didn't work.

The
TOC picked up this attribute whether I changed the entire style or each
heading separately. The text in the chapter did not hide in the Print

Layout
view.


"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote in message
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You can format the Chapter 1 heading as either Hidden (which would serve
your purpose best, I think) or Font Color: White. In either case, make
this
formatting part of the style you're using for the heading; otherwise the
TOC
will pick it up, and the entry will be invisible.

I want to thank you, though, for focusing attention on the Manual.dot
template, which has been around--with very little improvement,
apparently--since at least Word for Windows 95. The Word MVPs have been
discussing its deficiencies, and perhaps some improvement will result.

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