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SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Content Management Resource Center - NEW!

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Find developer resources for using the comprehensive ECM object model to manage documents, records, managed metadata, rich media assets, and web content.


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Is there a way to create a TOC as you see on any other normal wiki page, so it would end up looking similar to my example below?

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1. Header

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2. Header 2

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Then the TOC should be placed in top and look similar to this.

 

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Can this be done, or would it require any 3rd party plugins?

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