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Old 05-03-2010, 04:42 PM   #4
charleski
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Just tested the CS5 trial today. Yes, InDesign will now break a single document into separate flows as long as you've defined a table of contents and assigned the correct styles. Still no method of forcing a flow-break without incorporating it into the ToC or splitting the document and having to collect multiple items in a book though. Maybe one day they'll catch up with Sigil.
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