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Archive for October 1st, 2021

Word: have part of Heading 1/2/3 not show up in the table of contents

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/01

Every now and then, for instance with a document including other documents, like in a homework assignment, you might want to exclude part of your Heading 1 (or Heading 2/Heading 3) entries from the table of contents.

Since presence in the Table of Contents is a ToC feature, not a style feature, you have to set the correct options in the ToC.

This is how you do it:

  1. Create new styles for the headings you do not want in the ToC (I call them “Heading 1, no ToC”; “Heading 2, no ToC”; etcetera) and base each on the corresponding style “Heading 1” or “Heading 2”

  2. Modify your Table of Contents to exclude these new styles (as they are automatically included)

This is contrary to many advices to use the “Reference” toolbar, then “Add Text” marked “Do Not Show In Table Of Contents”. That advice will remove the heading formatting completely and remove it from the navigation pane, so do not follow [WayBack] Quick Tip: How to exclude headings from the Table of Contents in Microsoft Word –

The above solution both keeps the formatting, and the appearance in the navigation pane. It only disappears from the Table of Contents.

It is based on:

Following the above steps, you get styles like this:

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Some Alulux links videos for my archive

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/01

Since we have a similar garage door, below the fold some videos.

Before the fold some links.

Manual control is optional: [WayBack] Nothandkurbel (NHK) | Alulux

Remote control:


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Unwanted non-breaking spaces (&nbsp) |

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/01

Having spurious non-breaking spaces seems to be unavoidable: [WayBack] Unwanted non-breaking spaces (&nbsp) |

Deleting them is tough:

  • in the visual editor, deleting a non-breaking spaces will mess up at least lists, pre and code blocks.
  • the text editor is the only reliable place to remove them. Search for  .


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