^ contents menu, see more info here.

2. Table of contents

There are two ways of creating a table of contents for your exposition.


The first method is by filling the contents menu. The contents menu pops up when the mouse is moved to the top left corner. The entries of the content menu can be changed by going to option -> edit table of content.


The second method of generating a table of contents is by using hyperlinks. An example of such a table of contents using hyperlinks is shown on the right. Hyperlinks allow for much more control over how the table of contents looks, so I highly recommend creating one.


Hyperlinks can also be used to create links between the pages (the "next" links) or even link back or forward to different sections of yout text.


Learn how to make hyperlinks here.


It is a good idea to check if all links are correct before finalizing your exposition (especially when using position-based links).


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