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Old 06-26-2011, 04:53 PM
Jamal NUMAN Jamal NUMAN is offline How to have colons (:) in the "Table of content" but to be hidden in the "Heading"? Windows XP How to have colons (:) in the "Table of content" but to be hidden in the "Heading"? Office 2007
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Question How to have colons (:) in the "Table of content" but to be hidden in the "Heading"?

How to have colons ( in the "Table of content" but to be hidden in the "Heading"?



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In most of academic work, we need the heading of chapter to be without colon but to appear in the table of content


how to do that?

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Jamal
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