I am trying to fully reset the Table Of Contents settings for an individual document. How do I do that please?
Edit about an hour after posting.
I am revising to use a shorter file almost a reduced test case. I will leave the original screenshots but add new ones for a shorter file which I will then attach.
Using the file I attached I have opened that in another account in Writer and deleted the original ToC and added fresh ones. Those look as expected. They do not try to index themselves. I have added a screenshot of expected results.
I note the Reset options on individual panes as I edit a ToC but those do not seem to fully reset it, or if they do it requires individually resetting everything and there are quite a lot of tabs and options to work through.
Thanks in advance for anyone tryng to assist with this.
The issue itself that prompts me to write this question is that Tables of Contents are indexing their own content.
So if I do a ToC of the whole doc and a ToC to say level 3 the level 3 ToC is picking up some of the internal ToC and indexing that. If I then create another ToC to level 3 and leave that as editable in an attempt to troubleshoot that indexes the first level 3 ToC.
My profiles location does not contain any templates folder, so as far as I am aware no custom template is in use.
I did edit the ToC settings to add a coloured background to some of the headings, but that has not caused issues with other files.
Other documents on the same computer account do not seem to display this unexpected behaviour.
I will attach a screenshot of the ToC s
Revised screenshots relating to attached test file generating unexpected results
Note in these screenshots the numbers to the left are ones I have added by way of explanation/confirmation of header levels.
Any numbers to the right are generated by the Table Of Contents.
Hopefully I can attach the short test file I used.example-toc-issue.odt
EXPECTED result. Test file with new Table of Contents
Original Screenshots these may be ignored
An answer relating to WINDOWS will probably suffice as that is probably more popular and will no doubt help me resolve this issue.
I am currently using Libre Writer v22.214.171.124 on Linux (Debian) but also read, write and edit Libre Writer files on Windows 7 & 10 and even on Android using the Viewer App experimental feature.
This is a rather trivial issue on the current document, but I have several documents that run to hundreds of pages and I do not want this issue to start affecting them, something that could potentially occur If I am unable to resolve and understand this problem.