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I am somewhat new to TEX and I am writing a book using a publishing framework which uses Xelatex and polyglossia. My book is divided into three major sections or sub-books and each sub-book is divided into multiple chapters.

The class puts "Chapter 1" for what I want to be "Section 1". Any idea of a fix for which I can switch Chapter to Section?

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    use \part for the sub-book, that is the heading level above \chapter then define \partname to be section if you don't want it called part – David Carlisle Sep 1 '15 at 21:30
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    And this has nothing to do with polyglossia but with your \documentclass. – Alan Munn Sep 1 '15 at 21:33
  • Perfect, thanks for the edits! So found the solution. Turns out softcover.io uses polyTex and I have to use @DavidCarlisle 's suggestion and follow the build instructions outlined in chapter six of softcover.io's manual – mrandrewandrade Sep 1 '15 at 22:16
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Use \part for the sub-book, that is the heading level above \chapter then define \partname to be section if you don't want it called part.

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