Updating table of contents changes font
(This tutorial is provided for advanced documentation students on a free, as-is basis, without guarantee of accuracy.) This tutorial is based on Frame Maker version 5.5 for Windows.You may see some minor differences if you are using a different version.Subsequent lessons will focus on templates, tables, tags, graphics, cross-references, book building, variable text, and the like.These tutorials only get you started; if you have more in-depth needs, see the Adobe Frame Maker User Guide or Adobe Frame Maker Classroom in a Book.In the Generate/Book dialog box, select Table of Contents from the List option and click Generate.
Notice that the paragraph tags have names based on their names in the source document. To change the paragraph formats in the TOC: Now that the text and indents are correct, let's right-align the page numbers and include dot leaders. To add tabs and tab leaders: Place the insertion point in the first paragraph between the word "Headings" and the page number "1" and press the Tab key.The page number should now be right-aligned with a dot leader going from the text to the page number.Now we will give it some formatting to make it more readable.The formatting of a TOC includes the: Place the insertion point in one of the paragraphs in the TOC. Then, press the Tab key to move the page number to the desired tab stop.You can include any tags you like, but you'll typically use just the first two or three heading levels.
Our new table of contents contains all the information we want it to, but it's not very usable in the current format.