[Athen] proper heading structure in PDF

Karlen Communications info at karlencommunications.com
Mon Feb 13 13:55:03 PST 2017

If you use this technique and are building a table of contents, remember to create an H1A style based on H1 and then remove the H1A or heading you are using for the document title from the TOC using the Options button in the TOC dialog...or it will show up in the TOC.

There is a tutorial on this on the Microsoft Office for Windows http://www.karlencommunications.com

Cheers, Karen

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> On Feb 13, 2017, at 4:22 PM, Bourne, Sarah (MASSIT) <sarah.bourne at mass.gov> wrote:


> Personally (and what I recommend to others) is to use H1 for the title of a document, and only use the TITLE style if there’s a separate title page. I then repeat the title as an H1 after the title page. I haven’t seen a spec for how to use Word’s TITLE, so I just made something up that seemed to make sense.


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