Adding more complex titles to a Table of Contents
Alongside other advanced table of contents features (see HERE), you can also tweak, a little, the format of the title of the Table of Contents page itsel.. Our aim is to make the heading of the table of contents (TOC) document look better, while also helping you and others navigate easily through multiple TOC’s.
With this, you will be able to add line breaks to your TOC. You can choose to name the title of your TOC by simply renaming it through index. We know that it is not a court style header, and we are working on that, but it does allow you to get it in.
You can do this in 3 steps:
1. Add a table of contents (see HERE).
2. Double click on the table of contents in your index.
3. rename it in your index using \n after each title.
If you rename the table of contents, for example, as:
Case number HG37462 \n In the Central London County Court \n X v Y Hearing 02.11.2020
You will get this as the header of the table of contents:
Case number HG37462
In the Central London County Court
X v Y Hearing 02.11.2020
by adding \n where you want a line break, Casedo separates the titles with ‘-‘ in between them in the Index, and with a line break in the document itself.
Take a look at the following examples.
N.B. If before exporting your bundle you created a table of contents (ToC), then the ToC items will be automatically hyperlinked in the exported pdf. You can then simply click on the ToC items and it will take you to the relevant page in the pdf.