I can tell you how to remove the page number, but I have no idea how to
insert a link in its place.
To remove the page number from the TOC:
1. Right click on the TOC with the unwanted page numbers and select
the edit option.
2. In the dialog, select the "Entries" tab at the top.
3. In the "Structure" line, there is a [ # ] item (for Page number)
on the right end. Select this item and press Delete.
4. Click OK.
5. Right click on the TOC again and select "Update index/table".
6. The page numbers should disappear. (I say "should", because I
have never actually needed to do this.)
Note that there is a "Hyperlink" button on the "Entries" tab which may
be what you want. Maybe someone else on this forum can help you with
that. Note also, that you may wish to remove the hanging tab [ T ] on
the right end now, which would remove the ellipses ("....") on the end
of the TOC entry.
Hope this helps.
Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
I am trying (still!) to createsomething for Kindle.
Amazon requires to have a Table of Contents with working links, but NO
I have been reading to the official LO documentation and searched the
net, but all I can find is, how
to INCLUDE, maybe set, page numbers.
So far I was not able to find out the trick required to exclude page
I would appreciate, if someone could point me into the right direction.
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