Thank you for asking.
Yes, I did post a [SOLVED] message the other day.
No page numbers now and hyperlinks working.
(2013/04/09 3:58), Tom Davies wrote:
Has this been resolved yet? I found ToCs difficult to understand at first but after playing around
with them while reading the published guides (errr, and using another chapter of the published
guides as a quick way of generating a document large enough to need a ToC) i found i did end up
with a clickable ToC but it's only clickable when exported to Pdf. In Odt it needs Ctrl along with
clicking but that seems to be fairly standard.
If I may add a word.
When trying to tackle a problem / understand a feature I have not used
in the past ... I almost always have a printed copy of the
documention in one hand while tapping my way through the computer jungle
with the other hand ...
In this case (chapter 12 of the Writer guide): remove page numbers from TOC.
There is no mentioning of "remove page numbers" "exclude page numbers"
"delete page numbers" etc. as far as I can tell.
The only thing that points into that direction, which I only understood
after advice I got on this list, was the mentioning of
"you can delete items from the structure (by selecting and deleting them)"
Maybe I am just too slow to get it in the first place.
But I intend to keep trying.
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