You can also create additional TOC entries pointing to the current topic that are linked to an anchor in the topic. Then selecting the TOC entry in the published documentation will take the user to that anchor in the topic. This can be useful to create a "fake chapter" consisting of a single topic. The sub-topics then point to the anchors inserted at the headings for those parts of the topic.
1.Create headings in your topic for the sections and insert anchors at the beginning of each heading or in the paragraph directly above the heading (that leaves an attractive space at the top when the page scrolls to the anchor).
2.Make a note of the Topic ID of the topic, which you can find in the Topic Options tab on the left of the main editor window.
3.Click in the TOC in the position where you want to enter the new TOC item, then select any of the options for creating a new topic.
4.When the Insert Topic dialog is displayed select TOC Link on the left. Then select Link to topic in this project.
5.Enter a title for the new TOC link in Heading in Table of Contents:, then select the ID of the topic you want to link to from the Target Topic: list.
6.Select the anchor you want the new TOC item to point to in the Topic Anchor list at the bottom of the dialog.
7.Click on to create the new TOC link.