Compiling Back Matter and Chapter Titles

First off, I have to say that this is the tool I have been looking for to write and keep my notes in for a long time. It has so many features that I just love. Okay, now that I’ve done my gushing, I’ll get on to my dilemma.

Windows user trying to compile to .mobi and I’ve figured out how to not duplicate the title names for the chapters. I have my chapters listed as Chapter 1, Chapter 2, etc. in the Binder and needed to remove the text and the Title in the Compile > Formatting section in order for the .mobi to display the titles properly (so it isn’t displaying Chapter One Chapter 1, etc.).

The problem I have now is that I have set up the Back Matter as a folder with different Scenes in there for the various stuff I need (Review my book, join my list, about me, etc.). When I compile the whole book, it compiles the Back Matter as the last chapter in the book (say Chapter Thirty Five). The Front Matter compiles beautifully, but I don’t want to put the back matter in the front because I want it to be seen and the last thing they see when reading my book.

Any tips or suggestions on how I can get the Back Matter stuff not to appear as ‘Chapter Thirty Five’ but as something else like it does with the Front Matter material?

Or maybe I should add that to the wishlist on these forums, to compile a Front Matter and a Back Matter the same?

Interestingly enough, when I put “Copyright” in the Back Matter, it formats properly in the TOC. So, is this keyword driven? If so, are there other keywords that I should look for that might display properly in the TOC?