[texhax] LaTeX Question.

Herbert Gintis hgintis at comcast.net
Mon Mar 8 16:08:58 CET 2004

Here is what I use, to replace the \tableofcontents command:

  \Large\bfseries Contents}

You can change this to suit your needs.


Herbert Gintis
At 03:25 PM 3/7/2004 -0800, Meika Stoddard wrote:

>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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