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Formatting an Index or a Table of Contents

You can apply different paragraph styles, assign hyperlinks to entries, change the layout of indexes, and change the background color of indexes in the \<emph\>Insert Index\</emph\> dialog.

To apply a different paragraph style to an index level:

  1. Right-click in the index or table of contents, then choose Edit Index.

  2. Click the \<emph\>Styles \</emph\>tab.

  3. Click an index level in the \<emph\>Levels \</emph\>list.

  4. Click the style that you want to apply in the \<emph\>Paragraph Style \</emph\>list.

  5. Click the assign button \<emph\><\</emph\>.

  6. Click \<emph\>OK\</emph\>.

To assign hyperlinks to entries in a table of contents:

You can assign a cross-reference as a hyperlink to entries in a table of contents.

  1. Right-click in the table of contents, then choose Edit Index.

  2. Click the \<emph\>Entries\</emph\> tab.

  3. In the Level list click the index level for which you want to assign hyperlinks.

  4. In the Structure area, click in the box in front of N#, and then click Hyperlink.

  5. Click in the box behind the \<emph\>E\</emph\>, and then click \<emph\>Hyperlink\</emph\>.

  6. Repeat for each index level that should use a hyperlink, or click the All button to apply the formatting to all levels.

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