Save the table of contents style as a template You can reuse the table of contents formatting in future documents by saving it as a template in the My Templates folder.
You can then open the template from the Document Gallery and insert the table of contents by using the Insert menu.
You can make fonts available in In Design by copying the font files into the Fonts folder inside the In Design application folder on your hard drive.
However, fonts in this Fonts folder are available only to In Design.
Typically, the Roman or Plain (the actual name varies from family to family) member of a font family is the base font, which may include type styles such as regular, bold, semibold, italic, and bold italic.
All In Design subscriptions include an Adobe Typekit Portfolio plan, which includes a library of fonts which can be synced to your desktop and used with In Design and any other desktop applications.
One of the questions I was asked recently while speaking at the Los Angeles SQL Server Professionals Group and the Orange County SQL Server User Group (*) was regarding the order in which jobs like rebuilding indexes or updating statistics should be executed as part of the database maintenance activities.
Just as the index in this manual helps you locate information faster than if there were no index, an Oracle Database index provides a faster access path to table data. Your results are the same, but you see them more quickly.
Change the number of levels in the table of contents By default, a table of contents has three heading levels.
However, you can increase or decrease the number of levels that show in the table of contents.
You can do all of this at once if you delete then re-create your index, but you will loose all stored documents, so you will have to reload them.
A font is a complete set of characters—letters, numbers, and symbols—that share a common weight, width, and style, such as 10‑pt Adobe Garamond Bold.