[OS X TeX] How to customise the TOC with the list of page numbers on the left side
pierfranco.minsenti at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 10:50:37 EDT 2009
Thanks Alan. It woks.
Using the titletoc package it is possible to have the TOCs displays the
page numbers of the various sections on the left hand side of the TOC page.
Apparently this is a way of customizing the TOC/LOF/LOT nobody speaks of. I
made a Google search but I didn't find any instruction/hint in LaTeX
manuals, webpages, online FAQs or forums. Strange, since there are printed
books with TOCs done like that. And it is very handy since the number page
is close to the section title, not far close to the other side of the page.
Just, it is a pity the actual version doesn't yet support all the possible
float objects created by the user, but only the standard ones (Table and
Figures). The creator says next version will better support floats.
2009/8/20 Alan Munn <amunn at msu.edu>
> At 8:49 PM +0200 8/20/09, Pierfranco Minsenti wrote:
> 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
> You can do this easily with the titletoc package.
> Alan Munn amunn at msu.edu
> Department of Linguistics
> and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages Tel.
> Michigan State University, East Lansing MI 48824 USA Fax
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