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July 01, 2010

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Anamika Sharma

FrameMaker by default, places the Table of Contents in a different file within the directory where the FrameMaker document is stored. I have a FrameMaker document and I want my Table of Contents to be available on the first page of my document. That is, I have a document named, Test.fm and I want to place the TOC at the beginning of my document as the way we do it in MS Word.

Thanks

Barb Binder

The best way to do that is to create the TOC as a stand-alone document as you have been doing, and then import the TOC into the first page of your document as a text inset, in a separate flow.

~Barb

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