How would I accomplish the same thing in ID? Set up the dialog box, then click Save Style to save it one for list of figures, one for list of heading, etc. I have a TOC at the beginning of my document and I need it clickable like cross references.
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I opened up the PDF in Acrobat and there actually do appear to be links there. The first one was Link to Named Destination: p0. It appears that ID does not make the links correctly… or am I missing something? Well shoot… I tried it again and it worked.
So I guess that p 0 zero refers to page 1. Since I think that Acrobat page numbers start at zero. So named destination p 17 takes me to page Mai Ali: You want the link to take you to the place on the page where the text is?
You may have to use hyperlinks that point to a Text Anchor instead. Mai ali: You have have to create buttons with the Buttons panel. Or, you could open the pdf in Acrobat Pro and edit the links there in the TOC to adjust the view zoom. Ehi everyone! How can I put a video in a epub file for e book?
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