If you are generating PDF output, you can suppress page numbers for specific levels in the table of contents (TOC) or mini-TOC. This can be done by modifying the TOC or mini-TOC style (e.g., p.TOC1, p.TOC2, p.MiniTOC1) and selecting an option in the mc-pagenum-display property.
How to Suppress Page Numbers in a Print Mini-TOC
- From the Content Explorer, open the stylesheet that you want to modify.
- In the local toolbar, make sure the first button displays . If the button displays instead, then click it.
- In the upper-left corner of the editor, click in the drop-down field and select .
- On the left side of the editor, expand the p style. Classes of the style are shown below it.
Find and select the mini-TOC class that you want to customize (e.g., MiniTOC1, MiniTOC2, Mini-TOC3). MiniTOC1 is used for the first-level heading in the print mini-TOC, MiniTOC2 is used for the second-level heading, and so on.
- From the Show drop-down list on the upper-right side of the editor, select .
- (Optional) You can use the toggle button in the local toolbar to show properties below in a group view or an alphabetical view .
- If you are using the group view, expand PrinterPageNumbers to see the properties within it.
To the right of mc-pagenum-display, click and select one of the following:
(default)/all This displays the page number, just as it has for previous versions of Flare.
leaf This does not display the page number if lower-level entries exist. However, it does display the page number if no lower-level entries exist.
- Click to save your work.