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On Mon, 2012-01-09 at 15:10 -0500, . wrote:

Assumptions- you have no idea how to
      setup paragraph style or any other sort of style.
Start with a clean new document.
How to do it;
Tools----Outline Numbering

Under Paragraph Style select----Heading 1
Under Number select--None
Under Character Style select---Internet
Click OK at the bottom of the Outline
      Numbering to close the screen
Next to the do the following;
      Break----------Page Break

This will insert a new 2ndpage.

Page down to page 2

In the top left corner of page 2 type
      the following word in the top left corner of the page;

Select the wordHello and click
      on the Apply Style toolbar box and selectHeading 1
Go back to the top of page 1

Select Insert-------Indexes and
      Tables------Indexes and Tables
Click on the Entries tab
On the Structure and Formatting
      portion of the
      screen look at the Structure part.

Go to the first blank white box and
      click the "Hyperlink" button then click "All"

Go to the last blank white box and
      click the "Hyperlink" button then click "All"

Click OK to close the screen

That should present you with a Table
      Contents with Hello as a click-able link
No doubt you'll have to figure out
      more proper formatting but so far I've never found any simply
      instruction on how to do the above. Do I know what I'm doing- of
      course not...but I got 1 link to work!

Many thanks to the inspiration ofTom" D.... on this list.
              @page { margin: 0.79in }
              P { margin-bottom: 0.08in }
              A:link { so-language: zxx }

     OK, let me ask some simple questions.
1) Do you know how to use styles? Specifically, do you know how to use
the Styles and formatting window? (Chapters 6 and 7 of the Writer Guide)
2) Does your document contain headings that describe the paragraphs
which follow each heading?
3) Are these headings the ones that you want to create links to in the
table of contents? (If not, specifically, what type of text do you want
to have links to in the TOC?)


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