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How do I tell Dorico it's time for a new subtitle?

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Use Ctrl-I (Cmd-I on Mac) to open the project info dialogue and enter the title and subtitle there, for either the project or the flow.
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Dear Dave111,
Are you sure you're talking about a subtitle?
Maybe I am over caring here, but by default (if you're not familiar with masterpages) the project title and the flow title are the fields that show on your page.
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Thanks for the response.

Hrm. I used the subtitle token but maybe I should use something else. I was thinking more like a chapter title. I'm making worksheets, so I want the main title on top of each section, and then underneath a new sort of secondary section title that's unique for each section. I have multiple flows on each page.

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Perhaps flow headings are what you're looking for - you can hide/show them above where a new flow starts in each layout.

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Thanks. I'm using the flow headings above each flow. I'm wanting to have a token for each section (each section has multiple flows in it). Maybe there isn't a token for this. I guess I can just type each section heading in manually. It seems like the subtitle token is meant to apply to the whole project.

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There are tokens for the whole project: {@project...@}
The information for these tokens can be found on the first page of the project info dialog.

Tokens for flows look like this: {@flow...@}
The information displayed for these tokens can be found in the corresponding flow infos in the project info dialog.

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