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> Help! I need some advice. I have two volumes of schematics. I am
> having a hard time deciding how to go about the table of contents?
> The way I see it, my options are:
> -Put one TOC in Volume I and have Volume II start with page 230 (or
> -Put a TOC in Volume I and put a copy of the same TOC in Volume II
> (Volume II starting with page 230)
> -Treat the Volumes as separate books altogether (Volume II starting
> with page one and having its own TOC)
I personally would prefer having a TOC in both books that covers both
books, but another alternative would be to have each book with a
separate TOC, but both books have the same index that refers to both
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