If you're running Kindle Previewer (as opposed to the Kindle plug-in for InDesign), you would have to create an EPUB first. What did the EPUB file look like in Adobe Digital Editions?
Did you apply a paragraph style to the paragraphs which have the problem?
Did you make the TOC from InDesign's TOC feature? Do the links work in the EPUB file?
Do you have the latest version of Kindle Previewer?
Thanks, Steve. You really helped me. I just began learning InDesign two-and-a-half weeks ago, and people like you helped me understand it enought to be submitting my e-book to Amazon in a few minutes. Before your suggestions, I was going through a nightmare, when the solutions were actually very simple.
By the way, my TOC didn't work on the Kindle, because I was linking my chapters in the TOC list to page numbers, instead of to the Chapter Names as anchors. Thanks again.
I'm glad you got it figured out. Best to you.