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Old 01-31-2017, 08:02 PM
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Default How to create TOC listing all section groups in Notebook

Hi all



I have a notebook with about 50 section groups that i add to semi-regularly.

Currently, I am scrolling down the left column to view all the section groups and opening and closing them with the + symbol (which is a pain). (See attached image)

I would like to have the notebook open to a Table of Contents page that lists the section groups in three columns (so i can see every section group) and just click a hyperlink to go to that section.

I know it can be done using hyperlinks to each group, however, as there are so many section groups it would take me ages to set that up. I would prefer to have an automated solution that updates the TOC as another section group is added.

I've tried OneTastic but can only find a TOC macro that adds pages - it does not quite achieve what I am looking for.

Do you know of a solution?

Thanks
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