Well, somehow I created a TOC with the underlined Entry names.
But....whenever I try to do the "ctrl-click" on the TOC entry nothing
happens. Also, the TOC entry doesn't have the "ctrl-click on the name
of the TOC entry" pop up that occurs with a functional link.
On 01/07/2012 09:45 PM, . wrote:
Nuts. It didn't work. Truly, I think the problem is caused by my
misunderstanding of levels. Yes, I understand that there are level
numbers in a column that appear in the "Entry" tab. Levels and styles
are something I've never understood.
On 01/07/2012 07:45 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Chapter 12 of the Writer Guide might be useful too.
Also the dialogue-box itself helps a bit but it takes a bit of experimentation before it really
makes sense. It's a bit weird at first so it helps to see a few different ways of explaining
it. Once you have worked it out it's really neat :)
--- On Sat, 7/1/12, Gabriel Risterucci <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Gabriel Risterucci <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Create Index with clickable links in Writer?
Date: Saturday, 7 January, 2012, 11:40
In the index properties (when adding it, or after with right click->edit
index) on the second tab are found the format used for each index entries.
If you use the "hyperlink" button when placing your cursor before and then
after the entry title, it will create an hyperlink (button's name might not
exactly be this, my interface is not in english).
So for example if the default is:
you click left of E, use the hyperlink button, same on the right, and it
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