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Synchronizing documents compares all the styles in a book document to the source document. The process adds any missing styles and updates any variations from the source chapter, but it does not change any additional styles not included in the source document.CorrectIncorrect
Table of Contents, you ______ use it to create any type of list based on text that is formatted with specific paragraph styles.CorrectIncorrect
With InDesign, you can generate a fully formatted table of contents with accurate page numbers for a single document or all the documents in a book file.CorrectIncorrect
To generate a table of contents, you need to know what _____________ are applied to the text that will go in the table of contents.CorrectIncorrect
Paragraph styles for formatting tables of contents and lists often make sophisticated use of nested styles and tab leaders to achieve a complex look automatically.CorrectIncorrect
In the Table Of Contents dialog box, click _________ to see controls for suppressing page numbers, alphabetizing the list, and applying more sophisticated formatting.CorrectIncorrect
If you have more than one list in a document—for example, a table of contents and a figures list—you can click _________ to save the settings for each type.CorrectIncorrect
How to update the table of contents as chapters are added to the book, edited, and reflowed?CorrectIncorrect
If the table of contents adds pages to the beginning of the document, you cannot update the table of contents to account for any page, number changes.CorrectIncorrect
How to flow the table of contents text the same way you flow other imported text? (sorting step by step)
From the Book panel menu, choose Save Book. This saves all changes made to the book file.
Click Save, and close the document.
Click in the text frame below the word “Contents.” The table of contents flows into the text frame.
When working on long documents,
Select Book to display the Index, Conditional Text, Hyperlinks and Bookmarks panels.
InDesign lets you import a list of index topics from another InDesign document. You can also create a list of topics independent of index references. Once you have the list of topics, you can start adding references.CorrectIncorrect