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September 30, 2010

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T J

I have no problem numbering my sections like you mentioned, but how do you get them to show up in the table of contents?
My manual is set as follows:
1 Introduction
1.1 Description
1.1.1 Elements

I am able to get my chapter number to show up in the table of contents, but I can't seem to get the subsections to list. I've messed around with the reference pages, but can't seem to find out how to do it.

T J

Thank you very much for the information. The problem I am having now is that when I generate my table of contents, it does not list the section numbers for each of the sections.
I would like my table of contents to read:

1 Heading 1 Text
1.1 Heading 2 Text
1.1.1 Heading 3 Text

The only thing that shows up in my table of contents now is:

1 Heading 1 Text
1 Heading 2 Text
1 Heading 3 Text

I can't seem to get the subsections to show up.

Thanks in advance.

T J

OH! I figured it out. is quite the powerful little building block. I put it in front of my in my reference page of the TOC.

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