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You must always create the TOC and LOF as separate files. However, you can
import them into your "body" document as text insets. Use the
Another option is to create a book file that contains all three of your
files in it. This is simpler than importing the file in a lot of ways, but
if you don't necessarily want your TOC and LOF to be on separate printed
pages, you'll need to use the import>file feature.
I'd be glad to help you to the best of my ability off-list if you have more
questions about either approach.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kelli -dot- rogers -at- onyxgfx -dot- com [mailto:kelli -dot- rogers -at- onyxgfx -dot- com]
> Hi. Here I am again...resident FrameNewbie/Bonehead. I have
> created a TOC and
> a LOF for my Frame document and I was wondering if there's
> any way to combine
> these files with the main document file. Do these pages
> always have to be
> seperate files?
> Thanks in advance,