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The most straightforward solution would be to set some line breaks between the numbering an the content - but this doesn't work, you can only set spaces or tab as separator.

There are different workarounds:

  • Insert the line breaks manually after creating the TOC - big disadvantage: you need to do this every time the TOC is generated:
  • Insert line breaks into heading lines (as "soft breaks", SHIFT+RETURN). Disadvantage: Requires manual intervention, quite cumbersome;
  • use different heading styles and use the "Next style" feature. IMHO this is the best workaround for this. It would require creating two styles, one for the "Chapter x" text, one for the content. You can set everything using style definitions, including that there should be a "heading content paragraph" after a "Chapter x" paragraph. You'll have to adjust the TOC style so the "Chapter x" entries don't contain a page number reference