Okay, so try this.
Open the topic in the RoboHelp editor.
Press Enter about 20 times.
Now view the topic and click the links. Do they work?
I am sorry I am not following. These bookmarks should not be there. At least, I didn't put them there. They look like maybe Robohelp/Word put them in to compile TOC ? I really don' t know.
There is not supposed to be any link associated with the word that has the false link. It is simply a text heading, not a link to anything.
I think that's how "a name" tags show in the RH editor when applied across text, instead of just in front of or behind text. The little flag icon in from of Executive Summary is an example of how a bookmark appears when not applied across text. It would probably have come from the word document when you import a document that included a table of contents (see first screenshot vs second screenshot below). Or if the bookmark was manually applied that way in Word.
It shouldn't appear as a hyperlink in the output, so is more of a distraction in the RH editor.
If it's a real problem, one option might be to delete the ToC from the Word document and re-import. Although this would only be an option if you haven't made a lot of changes since importing. It might not be an option if the Word document is linked.
Or if you are comfortable with regular expressions you could do a find and replace, preferably using a third-party tool. You would need to change the code from something like:
<a name="This_is_a_heading_2">This is a heading 2</a>
<a name="This_is_a_heading_2"></a>This is a heading 2
Remember to take a backup of your project before doing the replace, too.