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I  Bookmark my index items and my index related content then I 
hyperlink them both ways example  


Item 1   
item 2 


Body of the work
content 1
content 2

So that if I click on content 2 it will return me to item 2 and if I click on item 2
it will take me to content 2.  

to do this I have been using hyperlinks. 
so it takes two hyperlinks for each.. 

works great in all 32 bit writers I know about, but in my ubuntu 16.04 using build it is not smooth.. sometimes the hyperlink 
works sometimes it does not work.  sometimes the hyper link
looses the hyperlink text and some it loose s the target book mark.  

I think the problem is in the bookmark..somehow entries there become corrupted?

I have several item 1 type entries there that cannot be deleted or edited out or used by the

I need these messed up entries out of my bookmarks o be able to make smooth in sequence my work. 

There is some instability somewhere.. 

How do I edit the corrupted entries from bookmarks


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