I want a page with a single column across the top, holding a title and credits. The remainder of the page and document should be two columns. That far I can accomplish. I run into a problem when I want to put a table of contents (ToC) in that two column section. By table of contents, I mean the automatic one, found in
Table of Contents and Index >
Table of Contents, Index or Bibliography.
For reference, the result might look something like the first page of this: http://www.highprogrammer.com/alan/gaming/leverage/The-Indy-500-Job.pdf
I’m using LibreOffice 22.214.171.124, and am willing to upgrade if necessary.
If I select the ToC and the following body, both
Columns are disabled.
If I set the body to two columns (by selecting,
Columns and applying to “Selection”, or selecting, Insert > Section, then Format > Columns applying to “Section”), then try to add a ToC, the new table of contents is a new, single column section.
If I modify the Default Style Page Style, the ToC falls into the two columns as desired, but now I can’t figure out any way to restore the title at the top to two columns.