Unable to update mini-Toc.Print anyway?

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Sep 23, 2020

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when i go to print my document to check for picture page placement, its bringing up this dialog asking about mini TOC. I do not want this document associated with a mini table of contents and i am not sure why this is appearing. When i go to search inquiry on the top of framemaker. i dont know a mini TOC to delete. is this document tied to a book somehow. i am new to framemaker and having alot of issues. thank you2020-09-23 07_03_16-Untitled2.png

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 23, 2020
Jeff_Coatsworth Adobe Community Professional , Sep 23, 2020
It's more likely that there's something in the template you used to create the doc has a mini-TOC reference in it. I always suggest getting a copy of Matt R. Sullivan's Unstructured FM: Publishing Fundamentals (it's old, but all the key concepts are in there) to use as your FM bible. 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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It won't do any harm to say OK to the dialog - this doc is (or was at some point, depends on how or where it came from) part of a mini-TOC.

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i think i may have accidently started this document as part of a book, this will not be part of a book. should i  restart the document or will this not cause any conflicts other then instructing me everytime i would like to print? Thanks jeff for your quick reply

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It's more likely that there's something in the template you used to create the doc has a mini-TOC reference in it. I always suggest getting a copy of Matt R. Sullivan's Unstructured FM: Publishing Fundamentals (it's old, but all the key concepts are in there) to use as your FM bible. 

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