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I want to remove vertical space between two chapters in table of contents. I can remove the vertical space between chapter and a section by using

\renewcommand\cftchapafterpnum{\vskip -2pt}

But i dont know how to remove the spaces between two chapters. Please help me to figure it out.

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Have you tried adjusting \cftbeforechapskip? Maybe try \setlength{cftbeforechapskip}{0pt}. Also it would be easier to help you if you could provide an MWE next time. – Max Jan 3 '13 at 15:08

This removes the space between 2 chapters only when they are just next to each other.



\def\l@chapter#1#2{\old@l@chapter{#1}{#2}\cftbeforechapskip3pt}% set your value here








If you want to remove all the vertical spaces, you simply say the following instead of the long code in preamble:

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