[OS X TeX] How to customise the TOC with the list of page numbers on the left side
pierfranco.minsenti at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 14:49:11 EDT 2009
sorry Adam, I don't mean the position of the TOC page but rather the
position of page numbers *inside* the TOC.
I would like a Table of Contents approximately to look like that:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3 1. Introduction
19 2. Literature review
43 3. Methodology
That is page numbers (3, 19, 43, etc.) appear on the left hand side of the
page, followed by a fixed space and then by the entry, instead of the
default LaTeX TOC where page numbers appear on the right hand side, like
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction . . . . . . 3
2. Literature review . . . . 19
3. Methodology . . . . . 43
Hope now is more clear.
2009/8/20 Adam M. Goldstein <a.m.goldstein at mac.com>
> On Aug 20, 2009, at 9:38 AM, Pierfranco Minsenti wrote:
>> I would like to customise the Table of Contents so as to have the list of
>> entries with the page numbers all on the left hand side, followed by a
>> predefined space and then by the entries, instead than on the right hand
>> side, as usual.
>> Is that possible?
>> I am using the KOMA report class.
>> Thanks in advance.
> Do you mean, you'd like the table of contents on the "back" of a page,
> i.e., so that when you open the report, the table of contents appears on a
> left-hand page? Or do you mean, you'd like to have the table of contents and
> the space flush up against the left side of whatever page the contents are
> on? I think you must mean the former, because, unless I am mistaken, the
> former is what is standardly done.
> Adam M. Goldstein PhD, MSLIS
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