Entries (illustration index)

Specify the format for the illustration index entries.

To access this command...

Choose Insert - Table of Contents and Index - Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography - Entries tab (when Illustration Index is the selected type)


Level

Select the level that you want to define.

Illustration Indexes only have one index level.

Structure and formatting

The Structure line defines how the entries in the index are composed. To change the appearance of an entry you can enter codes or text in the empty boxes on this line. You can also click in an empty box or on a code, and then click a code button.

Entry text (E)

Inserts the text of the chapter heading.

Tab stop (T)

Inserts a tab stop. To add leader dots to the tab stop, select a character in the Fill character box. To change the position of the tab stop, enter a value in the Tab stop position box, or mark the Align right check box.

Page number (#)

Inserts the page number of the entry.

Chapter Info

Inserts chapter information, such as the chapter heading and number. Select the information that you want to display in the Chapter entry box.

Chapter entry

Select the chapter information that you want to include in the index entry.

Evaluate up to level

Enter the maximum hierarchy level down to which objects are shown in the generated index.

Character Style

Specify the formatting style for the selected part on the Structure line.

Edit

Opens a dialogue box in which you can edit the selected character style.

Fill character

Select the tab leader that you want use.

Tab stop position

Enter the distance to leave between the left page margin and the tab stop.

Align right

Aligns the tab stop to the right page margin.

Format

Only visible when you click the E# button in the Structure line. Select to show the chapter number with or without separator.

Evaluate up to level

Enter the maximum hierarchy level down to which objects are shown in the generated index.

Tab position relative to Paragraph Style indent

Positions the tab stop relative to the "indent from left" value defined in the paragraph style selected on the Styles tab. Otherwise the tab stop is positioned relative to the left text margin.

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