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Adding Headings To The Table of Contents
Headings on the table of contents can help organize and describe
one or more chapters.
There are three choices that each produce a progressively larger
size of a bold table of contents heading. This enables you to
create an effective hierarchy of headings on your table of contents
simply by adding content to your manuscript.

The Three Available Choices:
%c (creates bold text)
%d (creates larger, bold text with -5 indent)
%g (creates xlarge, bold text with -10 indent)

When we want to add a heading to the table of contents that will
describe the contents of the chapters that follow it. The method is
similar to how we mark each chapter with a tilde on a line by
itself.
In the manuscript we place a tilde on a line by itself, directly
before each chapter heading. That tilde tells "Wordy" that we are
starting a new chapter.
For table of contents headings we start by adding a tilde on a line
by itself, then on the next line, start the line with your choice of a
"%c", "%d", or "%g" followed by the table of contents heading.
This is directly followed by a tilde on a line by itself, then the
chapter heading which would also be on a line by itself.

Again, the result is that our manuscript would now have four lines
in a row that have the following contents:
line 1) A tilde (on a line by itself).
line 2) A table of contents style code followed by the heading
that we are adding (no spaces between the style code and the
T.O.C. heading).
line 3) A tilde (on a line by itself).
line 4) The chapter heading.

Results: There is a bold heading created on the table of contents
that is followed by the chapter titles that the heading is related
to.


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