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InDesign - Table of Contents

Community Beginner ,
May 20, 2020

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Hi,

 

I continue to get a stuffed up Table of Contents.

 

Can someone please help? 

 

I have attached screenshots of what it looks like. I get bullet points in between section number, the text itself and the page number.

 

Thanks

Chris 

 

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Correct answer by vladan saveljic | Adobe Community Professional

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If you click on your tab in red circle you'll see surely one dot in "Leader". You have to eliminate this tab.

In the settings of your TOC "Between Entry and Number" you can eliminate the two tab and insert right indent tab as in the paragraph style "Heading 20 pt".

Or you can eliminate one tab. Then in paragraph style set the tab "right alineed in the right position as in the screenshot. Also set the first tab as in the paragraph style "Heading 20 pt" (without noting in "Leader")

 

 

 

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InDesign - Table of Contents

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Hi,

 

I continue to get a stuffed up Table of Contents.

 

Can someone please help? 

 

I have attached screenshots of what it looks like. I get bullet points in between section number, the text itself and the page number.

 

Thanks

Chris 

 

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by vladan saveljic | Adobe Community Professional

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If you click on your tab in red circle you'll see surely one dot in "Leader". You have to eliminate this tab.

In the settings of your TOC "Between Entry and Number" you can eliminate the two tab and insert right indent tab as in the paragraph style "Heading 20 pt".

Or you can eliminate one tab. Then in paragraph style set the tab "right alineed in the right position as in the screenshot. Also set the first tab as in the paragraph style "Heading 20 pt" (without noting in "Leader")

 

 

 

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you should show your TOC with hidden character

and

paragraph style "TOC Sub Body Text":

- "Indents and Spacing" and

- "Tabs"

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May 20, 2020

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 Hi - this is what I have - see attached screenshots.

 

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May 21, 2020

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If you click on your tab in red circle you'll see surely one dot in "Leader". You have to eliminate this tab.

In the settings of your TOC "Between Entry and Number" you can eliminate the two tab and insert right indent tab as in the paragraph style "Heading 20 pt".

Or you can eliminate one tab. Then in paragraph style set the tab "right alineed in the right position as in the screenshot. Also set the first tab as in the paragraph style "Heading 20 pt" (without noting in "Leader")

 

 

 

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Jun 01, 2020

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Thank you! This sorted it.

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