Using <$chapnum>

Community Beginner ,
Jan 06, 2017

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I want to use the <$chapnum> tag when creating a technical manual. This is how I want it to be set-up...

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TOC

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Appendix

When I use the <$chapnum> tag to identify each chapter it gives me...

Cover

TOC

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Appendix

... and completely skips Chapter 1. How do I fix this?

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Bob_Niland Adobe Community Professional , Jan 06, 2017
Is Chapter 1 in fact chapter 1?Book MenuRight-click on Chapter 1 file > Numbering

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This is in the TOC? Start by checking the ¶ tag name for the title in chapter 1. It needs to exactly match the ¶ name in Chapters 2, 3 etc.

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Is Chapter 1 in fact chapter 1?

Book Menu
Right-click on Chapter 1 file > Numbering

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