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Good evening
I did write a few books that are now available as Kindle versions.
Trying to publish them elsewhere too (Smashwords) I had to "reformat" (I
will spare you the details here) everything.
I tried to do that following the instructions word by word (to the best
of my knowledge) and submitted the file.
That site then converts the file using the so-called "meatgrinder" to a
number of formats.

I am told, that the conversion to "epub" did not work and there are
problems with the TOC.
Placed manually bookmarks in the text, entered plain text for the TOC,
then inserted manually one hyperlink
for each bookmark. That is how I am supposed to do it.

Now, the TOC looks fine to me, all items are hyperlinks, all are
working; both in LO and after saving that file as a Word file.
Nevertheless the TOC in the epub version shows only the first 4 items.
All the rest has disappeared.

My screen DOES NOT show any anomaly I can see.

IS there some formatting information HIDDEN somewhere in the file?
How can I find and display that? (Ctrl-F10 display hidden characters is ON)
Clearly there MUST be something, since one line of the TOC is working
just fine, but the next (and everything below it) is not.

I would greatly appreciate any hints.
Thank you.

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