TOC inherits styling

Hi ,

when i’m inserting appending my document with a TOC template file .
The toc inherits styling from the main Document when i append it to a main Document.

Arial Narrow , size 20 pt , bold

Arial NarrowBold , size 10 pt , bold

the styling given within the TOC and should look like :

Arial Narrow , size 10pt , bold

Arial Narrow , size 10pt

How can i prevent this from happening?
Has this anything to do with sections and when appending keep SourceFormatting?

I’ve included the TOC template and the current result from rendering the toc now.
Hope u can help me out .

Kind regards ,
Eric

Hi

<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Thanks for your inquiry. Actually TOC items should not inherit styling of Headings paragraphs. TOC items uses Toc1, Toc2…TocN styles . So if you would like to configure how TOC appear in the document, you can easily achieve this by editing Toc1, Toc2…TocN styles. For example, see the following code:

// Open document.

Document doc = new Document(@"Test001\in.doc");

// To configure how TOC look in the document, you can edit Toc1, Toc2...TocN styles.

// To demonstate the technique let's configure the first 4 levels of TOC.

Style toc1 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc1];

Style toc2 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc2];

Style toc3 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc3];

Style toc4 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc4];

Style[] tocStyles = { toc1, toc2, toc3, toc4 };

foreach (Style style in tocStyles)

{

// Change font name and size.

style.Font.Name = "Arial";

style.Font.Size = 14;

}

doc.Save(@"Test001\out.doc");

Best regards.

Hi Andrey ,

i’ve implemented the following code , but the H1 header is Styling is not applied , what can be the cause of that problem?

private Document ApplyTOCStyling(Document document)
{
Style toc1 = document.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc1];
Style toc2 = document.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc2];
Style toc3 = document.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc3];

toc1.Font.Bold = true;
toc1.Font.Name = “Arial Narrow”;
toc1.Font.Size = 12;

toc2.Font.Bold = false;
toc2.Font.Name = “Arial Narrow”;
toc2.Font.Size = 10;

return document;
}

i’ve added the result pdf , at page 6 is the toc inserted
hope you can solve this issue

Kind regards,
Eric

Hi

<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Thank you for additional information. But it is not quite clear for me what you mean. Could you please create a simple application, which will allow reproduce the problem? In addition, it would be useful if you attach the expected result.

Best regards,

Hi ,

I've created a new Simple Application ,
I already solved some problems regarding the inherriting of styling wich was cause by an older template, only thing i can't edit in the table of contents is , the dots behind the chapter , and the size of the page number wich in the current result is very.
Hope you can help me .

Kind regards,

Eric

Hi Eric,

<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Dots between text and page number in TOC is tab leader. So if you would like to remove them, you should just modify tab leader. Please see the following code:

// Open document.

Document doc = new Document(@"Test001\mb4nzn5z.52c.doc");

// To configure how TOC look in the document, you can edit Toc1, Toc2...TocN styles.

// To demonstate the technique let's configure the first 4 levels of TOC.

Style toc1 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc1];

Style toc2 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc2];

Style toc3 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc3];

Style toc4 = doc.Styles[StyleIdentifier.Toc4];

Style[] tocStyles = {toc1, toc2, toc3, toc4};

foreach (Style style in tocStyles)

{

// To incrise distance between right side and numbers we need to decrease right tabstop.

// To achieve this we need to clear old tabstop and write new.

// Also if you do not need tab leader (dots inbetween) you can specify TabLeader.None.

style.ParagraphFormat.TabStops.Clear();