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this is very cool. I was trying for fun or doing a LaTeX version, but I can't get my head around the heading use: at page 4 the heading title "Welcome" stands at double the size of the heading title "Do Not Leave The Bounded Area" at page 5. I thought this meant they had a different level  in the document sections hierarchy (e.g. chapter vs section in LaTeX terms), yet on the Table of Contents "Welcome" and "Do Not Leave This Area" have the same indentation, suggesting they belong to a similar chapter yet they both are at the same hierarchy level.
So I guess my question is: why Welcome is double the size of Do Not leave the bounded area?

"Welcome" is Heading 1 - in the contents it is styled as SMALL CAPS with an empty linespace above it.

"Do Not... etc." is Heading 2 - in the contents it is styled as Regular with no space above it.

"New Servitor etc." is Heading 3 - in the contents it is styled as Regular with no space above it and a 0.235in indent.

These are all stylistic choices. The simple answer is that I like how it looks.

To change it, select the entry in the table of contents (H1, H2, or H3) and adjust its style in the Text Styles panel. For example, if you want each subordinate entry to have a greater indentation, give the TOC 1: Heading 2 style an indent of 0.235in, and TOC1: Heading 3 style an indent of 0.47in.

The reason for the naming is, quite simply, because I called this TOC style "TOC 1" - i.e. Table of Contents 1.

I hope that helps!


Really appreciate the A5 version having just spent a weekend laying out an A5 perfect bound booklet from scratch, I have a whole new outlook on what it takes to produce something like this.


Thank you for the kind comment! I hope it helped a bit :)


Simple, clean and complete, very good job !




Thank you so much for sharing this amazing resource !

Glad it helped!


Thanks for this!

A pleasure :)