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I did a bilingual document,
I created two colums with two textflow (A for English on Left Side, and B, for French, on Right Side).

Now I need to generate 2 separate tables of content ;
                  Table of Content of A Part (English)
                  Table of Content of B Part (French)

How should I proceed?

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bilingual document

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I did a bilingual document,
I created two colums with two textflow (A for English on Left Side, and B, for French, on Right Side).

Now I need to generate 2 separate tables of content ;
                  Table of Content of A Part (English)
                  Table of Content of B Part (French)

How should I proceed?

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FrameMaker always scans the whole document (all text flows) for headings that should go into a specific Table of Contents (TOC).

This in mind, you will have to create and apply separate styles for the headings, like "Heading 1 EN", "Heading 1 FR".

Then you can create two TOC files in the book (or two MiniTOCs in each flow) and set up each of them to scan only for the English/French headings.

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