They also don't carry forward into stand-alone List of Tables
The paragraph tags you are calling into the TOC or LOT do get carried forward, but are renamed with the generated file's suffix. For example, if your Table of Contents calls in ChapterTitles and Heading1s from the source files, they appear as ChapterTitleTOC and Heading1TOC. Similarly, if you want a list of TableTitles, they will be called TableTitleLOT in the list of tables.
Thank you. I do see that, but the Section Numbers (and Table Numbering) are not carrying forward. For example, when the Standalone TOC (or LOT) is generated, it is - indeed - carrying the title of the section over, but not any of the section numbering. So, instead of getting 1.1 COMPANY INFORMATION, it is coming over as Company information (no numbering). The same applies to the Figure Numbers. We have several users here and none of us can seem to get the numbering and formats to carry forward. The hyperlinks also seem to have become intermittent.
Again, thank you for the information you provided.
I suspect that you need to look at how the TOC and LOT tags are defined in the reference pages.
I think you may be on to something, Jeff. Thank you.
the Section Numbers (and Table Numbering) are not carrying forward.
Ah, the numbers, not the tags. That's the default. You'll need to add building blocks to the Reference pages.
Here's a post I wrote for a student on adding chapter numbers:
Adobe FrameMaker: Including Chapter Numbers in a Table of Contents - Rocky Mountain Training
For 1.1, it's likely you would need <$chapnum>.<$paranum> in front of <$paratext> and figure numbers would likely use <$paranum> or <$paranumonly>, but these are best guesses without seeing your numbering properties. If they don't work, come back and we'll help you figure it out.