2.1.15 Table of Contents (TOC)

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A table of contents specifies the contents and properties of a notebook (section 1.3.4). This data is stored in a table of contents (.onetoc2) file. A table of contents (.onetoc2) file contains property sets (section 2.1.13) and structures that are different from those contained in a OneNote revision store (.one) file, but it uses the same binary format.

The default content root object of the default context revision of the root object space, as specified in [MS-ONESTORE] section 2.1.7, of a table of contents (.onetoc2) file MUST be a jcidPersistablePropertyContainerForTOC structure (section 2.2.14).

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