Table of Contents

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This is a table of contents from a 2006 Runner’s World magazine. The grid system used here is a nice large heading, one large photo on the left hand side with its caption and the one right hand column with the other featured articles listed. Each feature has its page number, followed by the title on blue, a short summary and then the author in bold.

Emphasis is most used for the title and the photo since it is so large. They really want people to read that article. Also the text and photos relate because the photo is for an article about a guy who lost weight, as well as the some of the titles are under another sub title called “Get Fit, Stay Fit.” Those two things work hand in hand.

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