I am creating an course catalog in InDesign CS6. It will eventually be a downloadable PDF. It has a table of contents, and I want the user to be able to click on the titles, and have it take them to the beginning of whatever page that link is associated with.
To do this I have selected the text that I want to become a link, and in the hyperlinks panel, I choose New Hyperlink. I then select "Page" and also select the page that I want it to link to. For the Zoom settings I keep it as "Fixed."
The problem is that when I export it as a PDF, the table of contents links start out ok, and then around page 19, it's not longer taking me to the top of page 19. Instead it's towards the middle/bottom of the page.
I thought that maybe the overflow text that continues from one page on to the other might be the problem. I played around with that but that didn't seem to help. I deleted all the links and relinked them again. It still didn't help. In fact, now even more pages seem to be affected.
Could anyone please help? I'm really stumped.
Don't link to the Page. Link to a Text Anchor Destination within a top line of text on the page.