Chapter Arrangement

You can add, delete and reorder chapters and subchapters. The Document palette is used for all chapter arrangement tasks. Choose Show Document Palette from the Window menu to display the Document palette.

To add a new chapter after other chapters at the document level: Drag the New Chapter icon onto the document icon. The document icon will be highlighted when you have correctly positioned the New Chapter icon.

To add a new chapter between existing chapters: Drag the New Chapter icon between the other chapter icons. A horizontal bar will appear between the icons of the existing chapters when you have correctly positioned the chapter icon.

To add a new subchapter inside of a chapter: Drag the New Chapter icon onto the desired chapter icon. The chapter icon will be highlighted when you have correctly positioned the New Chapter icon.

When you add a chapter, the Chapter Setup dialog box will appear. Enter a name for the chapter, set its pagination options, and click OK.

NoteWhen adding a new chapter, if OK is selected while holding down a Shift key, all pages in the document level will move to the new chapter.

To reorder chapters: Drag a chapter icon to another position in the scrolling list. A horizontal bar will appear between the icons of the existing chapters when you have correctly positioned the chapter icon. You can move chapters within their current document or chapter level, or move chapters into other chapters, or from a chapter to the document level.

To delete a chapter: Drag the chapter icon to the palette's Trash icon.

NoteTo move pages between chapters, or from the document level into a chapter or back, choose Move Page from the Layout menu or from the Page palette's mini-menu.

 

Chapter Arrangement  Sub-Section  url:PGSuser/chapters#anchor600222
  created:2006-04-14 15:03:08   last updated:2006-07-06 11:10:42
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