What you need to use within the topics is a multilevel list. See my site for information on using lists.
They cannot be applied to the TOC contents and there is now way around that as far as I am aware, other than manually numbering the books and topics.
Many people are moving away from numbering other than in specialised areas.
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Thank you for your fast answer.
But multilevel lists aren't that what i was searching for.
Because i want that the headlines are numbered and the second level headlines are numbered, too. But in second level they should have the upper level number in front of there own number.
A list is something completely different in reference on headlines.
Ok, if that concept doesn't work, i have to thinking about a new one.
Yes of course in this simple example, but in reality it looks like this.
1. FirstLevel Headline
Some text in this area,
1.1 SecondLevel Headline
Some text which would be much more exactly.
<<ANY OTHER PAGE>>
2. Firstlevel Headline
new chapter again.
And this example wouldn't be possible, wouldn't it?
Even the numbering should go about many pages.
Or did I understand it wrong?
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New day, good example.
Now i understood it right