Choose Insert - Table of Contents and Index - Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography - Entries tab (when Table of Objects is the selected type)
A Table of Objects only has one index level.
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.
To delete a code from the Structure line, click the code, and then press the Delete key on your keyboard.
To replace a code from the Structure line, click the code, and then click a code button.
To add a code to the Structure line, click in an empty box, and then click a code button.
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.
Inserts heading information such as heading number or heading contents. Click on the HI icon to select what information to display.
Creates a hyperlink for the part of the entry that you enclose by the opening (LS) and the closing (LE) hyperlink tags. On the Structure line, click in the empty box in front of the part that you want to create a hyperlink for, and then click this button. Click in the empty box after the part that you want to hyperlink, and then click this button again. All hyperlinks must be unique.
Applies the current settings to all levels without closing the dialog.
Specify a character style for the selected icon in the Structure.
Opens a dialogue box in which you can edit the selected character style.
The next three options are available when the T icon is selected.
Select the tab leader that you want use.
Enter the distance to leave between the left page margin and the tab stop.
Aligns the tab stop to the right page margin.
The next two options are available when the HI icon is selected.
Select the heading information to include in the index entry.
Enter the maximum number of levels to show of the heading number. For example, select “3” to show up to three levels. If the heading number has fewer than three levels, then the actual number is shown.