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On 01/09/2012 04:08 PM, Dan Lewis wrote:On Mon, 2012-01-09 at 15:10
      -0500, . wrote:Assumptions- you have no idea how tosetup paragraph style or any other sort of 
style.Start with a clean new document.Begin-How to do it;Tools----Outline NumberingUnder Paragraph 
Style select----Heading 1Under Number select--NoneUnder Character Style select---InternetLinkClick 
OK at the bottom of the OutlineNumbering to close the screenNext to the do the 
following;Insert---ManualBreak----------Page BreakThis will insert a new 2ndpage.Page down to page 
2In the top left corner of page 2 typethe following word in the top left corner of the 
page;HelloSelect the wordHello and clickon the Apply Style toolbar box and selectHeading 1Go back 
to the top of page 1Select Insert-------Indexes andTables------Indexes and TablesClick on the 
Entries tabOn the Structure and Formattingportion of thescreen look at the Structure part.Go to the 
first blank white box andclick the "Hyperlink" button then click "All"Go to the last blank white 
box andclick the "Hyperlink" button then click "All"Click OK to close the screenThat should present 
you with a TableofContents with Hello as a click-able linkNo doubt you'll have to figure outmore 
proper formatting but so far I've never found any
      simplyinstruction on how to do the above. Do I know what I'm
      doing- ofcourse 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 usethe Styles and formatting window? (Chapters 6 and 7 of the
      Writer Guide)No...but I'm learning.2) Does your document contain headings that describe the
      paragraphswhich follow each heading?No idea3) Are these headings the ones that you want to 
create links
      to in thetable of contents? (If not, specifically, what type of text
      do you wantto have links to in the TOC?)--DanNo idea.I do know I solved the problem I had.  
With that I'm happy.  Just
    finished editing a 250 documents with hyperlinks in the TOC using my
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