I would like to list the Title Page of my Kindle book in the table of contents, but I don't want the words 'Title Page' to actually show as a heading on the title page itself.
If I delete it, it obviously doesn't show up in the TOC.
I changed the font to white so it can't be seen in my draft Word MS, but still shows up in the TOC.
However, when I upload it to Kindle, it shows up as a black heading on the title page again. It doesn't look very professional. The Kindle books I have bought don't have this heading on the title page, but do have it in the TOC, so there must be a way to format this...
What do other people do?
Any help would be appreciated.
Edited by: Gillian Attwater on Feb 6, 2018 6:17 AM
I assume you're using an automated ToC that updates when you add/delete stuff from chapters?
Can you put in a manual line just ahead of the automated ToC that links back to your Title Page, and on the title page only have a hidden anchor (or whatever you call it) for your manual line to link back to?
I think another Wordster here might be able to put my words into better Microsoft-speak.
Thanks Joseph, I will look into how to link up a manual entry to the page.
I want to call it the title page in the TOC, but have no heading at all on the title page in the book. I will just have the actual title of my book on that page.
Edited by: Gillian Attwater on Feb 6, 2018 7:02 AM
Edited by: Gillian Attwater on Feb 6, 2018 7:05 AM