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TOC/outline is defined with specific paragraph styles. To enter a paragraph in the outline, move the cursor inside then select one of Heading x from the paragraph style drop down menu in the toolbar. x is the level in the outline: 1 for chapter heading, 2 for subchapter, and so on.

To show your outline, open the Navigator side pane: from menu View>Navigator, shortcut key F5 or click on the compass in the side panel.

Expand the outline tree view by clicking on the little triangle in front of Headings (no triangle if you have no Heading x paragraphs). You can even choose how many levels to show.

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TOC/outline is defined with specific paragraph styles. To enter a paragraph in the outline, move the cursor inside then select one of Heading x from the paragraph style drop down menu in the toolbar. x is the level in the outline: 1 for chapter heading, 2 for subchapter, and so on.

For convenience, LO Writer has shortcut keys Ctrl+1 to Ctrl+5 for levels Heading 1 to Heading 5.

To show your outline, open the Navigator side pane: from menu View>Navigator, shortcut key F5 or click on the compass in the side panel.

Expand the outline tree view by clicking on the little triangle in front of Headings (no triangle if you have no Heading x paragraphs). You can even choose how many levels to show.

If this answer helped you, please accept it by clicking the check mark ✔ to the left and, karma permitting, upvote it. If this resolves your problem, close the question, that will help other people with the same question.