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Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Nearly everyone must ask this. There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Nearly everyone must ask this. There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extentions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.

Millions of books are composed this way. Why is this so difficult?

Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Nearly everyone must ask this. There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extentions, extensions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.

Millions of books are composed this way. Why is this so difficult?

Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Nearly everyone must ask this. There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extensions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.

Millions of books are composed this way. Why is this so difficult?difficult? This is a more elaborate explanation of the question posed just above as "Problem with First Page header in Master." Nearly who uses LO seems to ask this:

There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extensions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.

Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Millions of books are composed this way. Why is this so difficult? This is a more elaborate explanation of the question posed just above as "Problem with First Page header in Master." Nearly EVERY book author who uses LO seems to ask asks this:

There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extensions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.

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Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Millions of books are composed this way. Why is this so difficult? This is a more elaborate explanation of the question posed just above as "Problem with First Page header in Master." EVERY book author who uses LO asks this:

There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extensions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.

Naming CHAPTERS In A Master Document

Millions of books are composed this way. Why is this so difficult? This is a more elaborate explanation of the question posed just above as "Problem with First Page header in Master." EVERY book author who uses LO asks this:

There seems to be no simple way to combine a bunch of separate chapters into a master document to be published as a book and then have the chapter names show in the first page header of each chapter.

Come on. There's got to be some SIMPLE way to do this. WORD has one. Its a little check box that allows a header to be "Same as Previous" or not.

You just type the chapter names into the master document 1st page headers of each chapter.

A better and more obvious solution would be if there was a way to take each of the file names of the subdocs that are being used as chapters and use those names, sans file extensions, as the chapter titles.

Let's remember that most popular fiction has either the name of the book or alternates the book name / author name on the non-chapter title first page headers.