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I've a two volume book and I want to put both table of contents in both books. How can I do that? My idea was to use the .toc files, but I don't know how to use external .toc file. Any help. Thanks in advance.

  • So you have to separate .tex files, one for each volume? Say, first.tex and second.tex, together with first.toc and second.toc? Do you use any ToC-related packages like etoc, say? – Werner Nov 10 '14 at 7:13
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    You can use \makeatletter\input{volume2.toc}\makeatother in volume1. – user11232 Nov 10 '14 at 7:26
  • @Werner - Yes I've separate .tex files, and I'm not using any ToC-related package. – Humberto Rafeiro Nov 10 '14 at 14:00
  • @HarishKumar - Thanks for the suggestion, it works. – Humberto Rafeiro Nov 10 '14 at 14:12
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Assuming that you have two volumes volume1.tex and volume2.tex then you can use

\makeatletter
\input{volume2.toc}
\makeatother

in volume1.tex (at an appropriate place) to insert the toc of volume2 in volume1 and vice versa.

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