Use a unique style name for the text to appear in the TOC.
And get rid of all the empty newlines, if you can. Add text frame indents or shorten the frame to move content down, and use paragraph space before or after to provide the spacing between paragraphs.
Thanks for quick reply!!!
I will try to use unique style name for the text. (The text has multiple colors on each line)
I did try shortening the frame to move content down. I have a text box named 'You Are<newline>So<newline>Unique<Paragraph Space>'. When I removed new lines and then shortened the frame InDesign would change it to 'You' on next line 'Are So' on next line 'Unique'. I could not get 'You Are' on a single line to be displayed by shortening the frame. I have not tried text frame indents. Will try that next. Many thanks for the suggestions.
So you are saying this is done with forced line breaks and you want all the lines listed in the TOC? I think I misunderstood.
If that's the case you are going to have trouble formatting the TOC as the forced line breaks will carry through to the TOC (you can change the colors using nested or GREP styles and those will not carry over if you use a different style in the TOC listing itself).
Yep exactly (forced line breaks are carried through to the ToC). Anyway, I went ahead and copied the contents manually. Would have been nice if there was a way to directly update ToC.