topsection – An un-numbered top level section
The package implements a command \topsection, which creates an un-numbered section at the top level (chapter in book- or report-like classes, section in article-like classes). The section is used when the table of contents, index, etc., are prepared, so that documents can in some sense be class independent.
In collaboration with the nccsect package, the details of the \topsection may be written to the .aux file, and hence to the table of contents.
The package is part of the NCC tools bundle.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Maintainer||Alexander I. Rozhenko|
|Contained in||TeX Live as ncctools|
|MiKTeX as ncctools|
chapter, section, etc., heading styles|
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