I'm using writer to make indexed PDF files from word documents, we're using
word to create product specifications etc. These can get pretty long and
complicated so it's nice to have document map in the PDF.
So far so good but the default style for TOC items and links in word
document is "internet link" style which is to my mind rather ugly underlined
blue. Word uses black font for the TOC-style links normally and blue links
only for actual internet links.
It is possible to make a custom template which is used for new writer
documents that uses more normal-looking black links for "internet link".
The problem is that this template is NOT used for word import. So it's
necessary to go change the internet link style each and every time.
Is it possible to get black TOC links for imported word documents
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