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Setting Up an InDesign Table of Contents Automatically.

If you mention “Tables of Contents” to most InDesign users, they immediate think about books, forgetting that a contents can also be found in magazines, catalogs, manuals, proposals, and lots more. And if you’ve ever tried to set up a Table of Contents manually, you know that this is a time-consuming task with a lot of chance for errors.

In this tutorial, Adobe Certified Instructor Jeff Witchel goes through the ins and outs of using InDesign’s automatic Table of Contents feature, including lots of tips and little-known secrets.

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2017-06-06T18:38:10+00:00April 1st, 2017|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: , |
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