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I'm using document class scrbook. I want to put my bibliography after appendix (in source this starts with \appendix), but in my toc that is visible when I open up the generated PDF file, it is a part of the appendix. Is there a way to make it the same level as appendix but not create a whole new part in the document (i.e. manipulate only the toc?). Thank you in advance!

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One should distinguish between the Table of Contents and the bookmarks: the former is part of the printed document, the latter is a property of the PDF previewer. From what you say the problem seems to be with the bookmarks.

Add \usepackage{bookmark} after loading hyperref (it's one of the few packages that should be called so) and, just before the bibliography in your document, say

\bookmarksetup{startatroot}
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If you are already adding your bibliography, and just want it to appear separately in your table of contents, the following should work.

From the LaTeX wikibook, to add a section (in this case Bibliography),

\clearpage %Should be added directly above bibliography, if 1 sided
\cleardoublepage %If 2 sided, thanks to egreg
\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter/section/subsection etc.}{Bibliography}
\bibliography{bibliography name} %Or other command to add bibliography
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\cleardoublepage would be better (with \clearpage the page number might be off by one when twoside is used). –  egreg Mar 19 '12 at 7:42
    
Thanks for the tip, have updated to reflect –  jClark94 Mar 19 '12 at 8:21
    
Yes, this adds the part-level bibliography entry, but also a subentry bibliography because the bibliography creates its own TOC entry... –  Eric Mar 19 '12 at 8:46

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