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How do I change the table of contents style with CSS only?

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Feb 11, 2016

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Hi,

I'm creating PDF documents with RoboHelp 2015 and using a CSS stylesheet, BUT I need to change the style of the table of contents.  I can't for the life of me figure out how!  I can't use a Word template - I have to use a CSS stylesheet.  But nothing maps to it!

There's got to be someplace in RoboHelp's many "secret" files where the printed TOC style can be changed - does anyone know where or how?  I need to change the TOC title to match my H1s and I have to change the font and font size of the items listed in the TOC.

I've tried using a special Master Page and that didn't work, either.

Why can't Adobe make it easy for us to change styles with CSS instead of Word templates?

Thanks to anyone who can help!

Added bonus:  Is there a way to lower the footer?  No matter what I do - change the margin in the CSS or in the footer settings, or add extra space - it's still way too high on the page when it prints.

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How do I change the table of contents style with CSS only?

New Here ,
Feb 11, 2016

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Hi,

I'm creating PDF documents with RoboHelp 2015 and using a CSS stylesheet, BUT I need to change the style of the table of contents.  I can't for the life of me figure out how!  I can't use a Word template - I have to use a CSS stylesheet.  But nothing maps to it!

There's got to be someplace in RoboHelp's many "secret" files where the printed TOC style can be changed - does anyone know where or how?  I need to change the TOC title to match my H1s and I have to change the font and font size of the items listed in the TOC.

I've tried using a special Master Page and that didn't work, either.

Why can't Adobe make it easy for us to change styles with CSS instead of Word templates?

Thanks to anyone who can help!

Added bonus:  Is there a way to lower the footer?  No matter what I do - change the margin in the CSS or in the footer settings, or add extra space - it's still way too high on the page when it prints.

Message was edited by: Theresa Munanga

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