Typefi Table of Contents (TOC) frames work together with InDesign Table of Content styles and Typefi sections to produce an automatically-generated Table of Contents.
Creating a TOC frame
Typefi TOC frames rely on the presence of at least one InDesign Table of Contents style. Once an InDesign TOC style has been created:
- Open the Master page and insert a normal InDesign Text Frame on the appropriate masters
- Select the Text Frame with the selection tool
- Choose Typefi Frame Type ⟶ Table of Contents from the Object menu (or right-click the frame and choose Typefi Frame Type ⟶ Table of Contents from the context menu).
- Choose the InDesign Table of Contents style from the drop-down menu
- Click on OK
A TOC frame has a thick dark blue frame border and a label in the bottom left column with the name of the InDesign TOC style associated with the frame
A Typefi TOC frame can be used to generate a table of contents for the entire document or for a subset of the document.
To produce a TOC for the entire document the TOC frame must be part of a Typefi Table of Contents section.
Subset of the document
To produce a TOC for a portion of the document:
- the TOC frame must exist on a master page that is part of a Main Story section
- the job must be run using a Create InDesign Book action