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Formatting chapter sections

## Chapters

Each chapter begins with the following elements:

• The first line requires you to define the title of the chapter. This is used in the headers and in the Table of Contents.

• The second line is used for cross-referencing to this chapter. It serves as a marker or anchor.

• The third line is used by the index.

Creating a section headings is quite easy. Second and third level headings are just as easy. Use the following commands to create these sections.

Three levels of headings are best. Any more and you may need to rewrite sections so they are at most third level deep. If you must, then just use a bolded paragraph for a fourth level heading.

## Paragraphs

Paragraphs are entered without markup tags. Adding a new paragraph requires a blank line between paragraphs.

Then Use myindentpar in the document flow to indent a paragraph based on the settings.