The various levels of heading in the databases
in Acta Sanctorum are represented in the Table of
Contents by branches, which can be expanded or collapsed. Navigation
within the Table of Contents is by means of the icons
which indicate whether you can expand or collapse a branch to change
the level of detail displayed.
- To expand a branch of the Table
of Contents and view the next level of heading, click the icon
next to the branch. For example, clicking
next to a volume title will expand the branch and display the
groups of documents within that volume; clicking next
to one of these groups will expand the branch further to display
individual documents or subdivisions.
- When you expand a level of the hierarchy,
will be replaced with a .
To collapse an expanded branch and return to the higher level
of information, click .
All branches below that level will be collapsed.
If, having executed a search, you access
the Table of Contents using the Context icon in the Toolbar,
then branches of the Table of Contents will be marked where relevant
with the number of hits (i.e. the number of times the current (or
last) search term or expression occurs in the text) covered by that
branch. Each time the Table of Contents is expanded, the number
of hits listed next to each branch will be recalculated to display
the number of hits covered by each level as it is opened.