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7 Steps to Better Tables of Contents in OpenOffice.org Writer

 Like other word processes, OpenOffice.org Writer makes creating tables of contents (ToCs) quick and easy. Unfortunately, it also works with unaesthetic defaults and allows you to make choices that complicate your work flow rather than improving it.

Fortunately, Writer is also flexible enough to allow you to produce useful, aesthetic ToCs if you follow a few basic steps.

Article Source Linux Journal
October 1, 2009, 9:20 am
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