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There is a round-about way of doing this using Nuance's PDF Converter, but
I have not used it since I abandoned Windows® several years ago. With the
PDF Converter, one can make a Word file which could be read by LO, then
use LO's Insert ToC tool and export the result back to PDF.


Tauranga N.Z.

On 10/07/17 05:20, Gilles wrote:

This PDF file
has no Table of Contents, and I was wondering if LO could grab all the
headers and build a TOC.

Thank you.

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