Some time ago I needed a Super Contents Document which provided a Table
of Contents spanning the contents of a number of other documents. With
thanks for the help I received from Woody's
Lounge (now Windows Secrets), here's how it's done.
In Super document, insert a table of contents
in the usual way. The Super document can either be the contents of the
other documents only or a document in its own right as well.
Make sure Show / Hide (Paragraph marks) or Show
Invisible Text is switched on
With the cursor in the next line after the contents,
go Insert | Field and highlight "Index and Tables" and "RD"
(Referenced document). Click OK.
Leave a space after RD and type in the path of the document whose contents
you want to include.
Where you would normally type a backslash, type two backslashes, don't
ask why, Bill says do it.
Repeat step 3 for each document to be included.
Update the table of contents and there you have
the contents of each document with the page numbers for that document.
If you want to print the referenced document paths, make sure you have
Print Invisible Text turned on.
You may want to add the title of the referenced
document to the Super Contents document. At the beginning of the referenced
document include the title using a heading style. I suggest you use a
heading level not otherwise used. You can then style the TOC style equivalent
so that it stands out. I put it in Bold text and caps so the start of
each contents in the Super Contents document starts in bold caps. This
makes it easier for reader to know which document they are being referred
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