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I have created a custom static document section in the Scroll PDF exporter template for housing standard verbiage. However, since this is part of the template and not in confluence, it is not included in table of contents placeholder. Is there a way to include the headings from a custom document section in the table of contents?
@Kate Kemppainen Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
When you create a page using the template, I presume this section is included on the page. At that point, it is in Confluence.
If that section contains one or more headings and your Table of Contents macro on the page is configured to include those heading levels, they should appear on the page. Note that you must publish the page so that you can see it in View mode to see the results of the ToC macro on the page.