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Thank you to all who replied.  The problem was solved by a kind reply
offline by Cley.  I had not known about the Browse mode in Okular, my
pdf reader.

Not a LO problem at all but down to incomplete familiarity with my pdf


On 05/11/15 18:29, Gabriele Ponzo wrote:
This is really strangeā€¦ Please try using "evince" as reader and let us know.

Gabriele Ponzo

2015-11-05 18:03 GMT+01:00 Philip Jackson <

    Sure, the whole of my LO document is style based and the TOC links work
    great inside the LO document. But not in the exported pdf document. So I
    probably didn't understand something.


    On 05/11/15 14:52, Gabriele Ponzo wrote:
    > Maybe, but make sure using styles to have a result ;)
    > ---
    > Gabriele Ponzo
    > 2015-11-05 14:17 GMT+01:00 Philip Jackson
    < <>>:
    >> On 05/11/15 04:21, Steve Edmonds wrote:
    >>> I use an external PDF writer for some documents where LO fails to
    >>> convert vector formats correctly.
    >>> That said, if I use the external converter I loose all my cross
    >>> referencing and TOC links that LO does very well in my opinion.
    >>> Steve
    >> I have used export to pdf in LO Writer and always had a good pdf copy
    >> but the TOC links never work in the pdf version.  I've tried the
    >> different options under the links tab in the export to pdf
    dialogue but
    >> can't find any difference whatever the options selected.
    >> I'm using LO as supplied by UbuntuStudio 1404.  For
    reading the
    >> pdf's, I use Okular.
    >> Does the use/performance of TOC links in the pdf depend on the
    reader ?
    >> Philip

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