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I'm writing a thesis proposal, and I want to show the structure of my final report. I mean the structure of another report in my current report. Something like this:

\documentclass[10pt, a4paper]{article}


%Here the numbered structure of my final report, something like this, like table of contents of another report, not this, without page numbers, only text:
1. Title\\
2. Title\\
2.1 Subtitle\\
2.1.1 Title\\
3. Title
% Whole structure in this subsubsection.

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\tableofcontents will show the sectioning hierarchy. – kiss my armpit Jun 25 '13 at 2:06
@mozartstraße I want to show the structure of another report in the current report. – Isai Jun 25 '13 at 2:09
Should the extra ToC also have the same formatting as a regular ToC? In particular, should it contain the page numbers of the original document? – Gonzalo Medina Jun 25 '13 at 2:55
@GonzaloMedina The same text format, without page numbers. – Isai Jun 25 '13 at 3:37
And the other document was build using the article document class? – Gonzalo Medina Jun 25 '13 at 3:58
up vote 4 down vote accepted

In principle, you can simply use an enumerate environment with some adjustments to the labels. However, to facilitate the job, I would suggest you the easylist package; in the following example I chose the articletoc style for the list so as to simulate a real ToC, but you can choose another style (refer to the package documentation for further details):



\section{Test Section One}
\subsection{Test Subsection One One}
\subsubsection{Test Subsection One One One}
\subsection{Proposed structure for the final report}
\noindent& Introduction
& First Interesting Section
&& A not so Interesting Subsection
&& Another not so Interesting Subsection
& Another Interesting Section
&& A Really Interesting Subsection
&& Another Really Interesting Subsection
& Conclusions
\section{Test Section Two}


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Thanks you so much. – Isai Jun 25 '13 at 4:26

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