[bksvol-discuss] Re: question on formatting

Hi, Vivian!

The tool preserves tables built on tabs in Office, if that is your concern.  
So, 
tables where appropriate are allowable, even desirable.

The general reference for replacing tabs with a space is as in the beginning of 
paragraphs and copyright page.  Another mutually agreed upon allowable 
exception, to make a TOC more readable, if you don't want to make it a table, 
is 
to use an ellipsis between chapter name and page number.  That may have been 
decided after the last manual revision by common consensus.

Most of the people I know like the TOC as a table for ease of viewing, but not 
everyone wants to do that much work.  Its easy for me and easier for me to 
proof, so I make it a table.  After all, it is a TABLE of contents, right? 
 Grin.
 Valerie


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From: Vivian Flores <vivian@xxxxxxxx>
To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wed, December 7, 2011 1:30:19 AM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] question on formatting

Hello,

How do I handle a table in the body of the book? Can I use a table format used 
for the table of contents? I have several lists in the body of the book, that 
the columns should be lined up. The manual says that tabs will be converted to 
a 
single space.

Thanks,
Vivian

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