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    Auto Generated Contents Page

    Can anyone point me in the direction of how to get MS Publisher 2003 to generate a contents page based on a document created?

    Also the same for InDesign if anyone knows.

    Cheers

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    For Publisher, you can't - see this MS article.

    If it's not too late to use Word then it's easy - just make sure that your headings are done using styles Heading1, Heading2 etc and then you just insert table of contents and it all works.

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    Or send the story to Word - generate the contents page from there - import the result back into Publisher.

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