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Hi :)
I think we are ready for Cley's answer now!  I have only done this for a
Table of Contents and i think the tags are a bit different.  Cley says to
but in the ToC the tags are LE instead of DH and LS instead of FH, i think. 
Also placing the tags only around the "E" makes only the "Entry Text"
clickable.  To make the whole line clickable, including; Chapter number,
Entry text, Tab-stop (fills space on the line with dots) and page number try
this in the weird Structure line for the ToC

Note that you can delete and then re-position those buttons such as E#. 
When you delete one you see the greyed-out buttons under the Structure line
suddenly become clickable again.  Also if you click on the "T" then you can
change the dots to something else or even just make "nothing".  
Regards from
Tom :)

Cley Faye wrote

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
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


Cley Faye

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