[texhax] LaTeX Question.

Dieter Meinert DMeinert at RosenInspection.net
Mon Mar 8 10:50:33 CET 2004


\renewcommand{\contentsname}{\hfill Table of Contents\hfill}

in your preamble

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From: texhax-bounces at tug.org [mailto:texhax-bounces at tug.org]On Behalf Of Meika Stoddard
Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 12:26 AM
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Subject: [texhax] LaTeX Question. 

I'm sorry if I am writing to the wrong place regarding this question, but I have not been able to find help anywhere!
It seems simple enough.  I am using LaTeX to write my software engineering documents for my senior project at school.  I love it, and it works great.  However, my advisor is really anal, and he insists that the table of contents has the title "Table of Contents" in the center at the top of the page.  The table of contents file automatically generated by LaTeX puts just "Contents" at the top on the left.  
I have the LaTeX companion and a Math into LaTex book, and I have been looking everywhere on the web.  I can't find any information on how to alter the table of contents header.  I have also looked at the .toc and .aux file, but there is no place in those files that lists the header.  
If you can help, or know where I can find a solution, I would greatly appreciate it!!!
Thank You, 
Meika Stoddard

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