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Double click the skin you're using, which will launch the WebHelp Skin Editor. Enter the images you want use in the Images panel of the Navigation tab.
I see Leon answered you for WebHelp output. But I notice you never actually specified the output you are producing. So just in case you are creating something other than WebHelp (perhaps HTML Help?) you will do this a substantially different way for the compiled .CHM world. For that world, you do it as follows:
Right click the TOC object you wish to change the icon for and choose Properties from the context menu
Click the Advanced... tab
Select the desired icon from the Image drop down
Good catch, Rick!
If I am using webhelp, but a traditional form (without a skin -- it's for a government application and the suggestion was not to use one), how do I change these TOC icons? Probably a simple answer, but I can't figure it out.
Hi Christine and welcome to our community
Even in traditional WebHelp output, these are simple images. I just created a non-skinned output to check. I'm using X5 and in this version you should be able to find the following images:
* Closed book should be: whd_toc1.gif
* Open book should be: whd_toc2.gif
* Page should be: whd_toc3.gif
So if you want to influence changes to these, you would find them in your output folder and simply replace (using the same file name) with the image(s) of your choice.