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RE: Adding a prefix to the page number & getting it to show up in the TOC

Rebecca Downey wrote: 

> My book consists of unstructured chapters that each start on page 1.
> I need to make a table of contents of these chapters that 
> lists the data as:
> <$paratext>\t<$paratext[Title]>-<$pagenum>
> I know that won't work for an automatically generated table 
> of contents.
> So, how do I add a page-prefix to each chapter and how do I 
> get that page prefix to appear in the table of contents?
> (In proper english - I want the page number to be listed as 
> Title-page#. E.g.: Templates-1, Templates-2, Variables-1, 
> ..., Variables-47, rather than 1, 2, 1, ..., 47).

In your ref page TOC spec, use <$chapnum>\-<$pagenum>. For each file in the book, set chapter numbering to text and enter the name for that chapter. 


Richard G. Combs
Senior Technical Writer
Voyant Technologies, Inc.
richardDOTcombs AT voyanttechDOTcom
rgcombs AT freeDASHmarketDOTnet

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