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TOC will not show lowercase roman numerals for page numbers.

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I have set the page numbers for the first couple chapters in a book to show as lowercase roman numerals. However, they show as uppercase roman numerals.

In the reference page, I have it set to show chapter number, paratext page number. The font was set to all caps, but I adjusted the page number to lowercase with the character designer. This did not solve the issue.

(Framemaker 2017)

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

You will need to create a character tag in the character designer, then go to the TOC reference page and assign it to <$pagenum>. Then update the book.

Before:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.10.31.png

On the TOC reference page:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.11.59.png

After updating your book:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.12.30.png

~Barb

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TOC will not show lowercase roman numerals for page numbers.

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I have set the page numbers for the first couple chapters in a book to show as lowercase roman numerals. However, they show as uppercase roman numerals.

In the reference page, I have it set to show chapter number, paratext page number. The font was set to all caps, but I adjusted the page number to lowercase with the character designer. This did not solve the issue.

(Framemaker 2017)

Thoughts?

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

You will need to create a character tag in the character designer, then go to the TOC reference page and assign it to <$pagenum>. Then update the book.

Before:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.10.31.png

On the TOC reference page:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.11.59.png

After updating your book:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.12.30.png

~Barb

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You will need to create a character tag in the character designer, then go to the TOC reference page and assign it to <$pagenum>. Then update the book.

Before:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.10.31.png

On the TOC reference page:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.11.59.png

After updating your book:

Screenshot 2018-01-30 11.12.30.png

~Barb

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That worked perfectly! Thank you very much!!

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Always happy to help!

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