How to create a short version of a section heading
Version: 2.5 - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific Word
Certain public domain styles cannot handle footnotes and \newline commands in section headings or titles. The TeX macros that deal with the generation of a table of contents, headers and footers try to incorporate these commands and the results can be unpredictable. If you need to insert a \newline command or a footnote in a section heading or title, create two versions of the heading or title, a long version that contains the command or footnote and a short version that doesn't. The TeX macros ignore the long version, but use the short version to create the table of contents, headers and footers. Here's what to do:
This is a Long Heading with a Newline Command
to Break it
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