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The code below will print a table of contents that lists the Contents page, section and subsection. The contents page itself is on page ii, and the abstract should come before it, but it doesn't appear on the ToC. Also, how would I get the bibliography on my ToC as well? Given that I don't use a dedicated \section{Bibliography}





\section{Section 1}

\subsection{Subection of Section 1}


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As you're using a KOMA-Script class, simply replace \section*{Abstract} with \addsec{Abstract} (\addsec produces an unnumbered section that is added to the ToC and correctly changes headers).

To include the bibliography (which presumably is produced with biblatex) in the ToC, use \printbibliography[heading=bibintoc].

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