As you have mentioned above that you are not able to open the TOC links on PDF, it is an issue with a particular PDF?
Did you check with other PDFs, if you experience the same issue or not?
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I have been working with the users who actually create the TOC. They type up the TOC in word, then convert it to PDF and then create the links in Acrobat Pro. I am getting them to send me some other closing binders that are less sensitive data that I can work with and may be able to share. We are a law firm and all our data is usually very confidential.
We are testing now. I will report back what we find. Thanks…dn
A better workflow would be:
- Use the styles called Heading 1, Heading 2, etc., in Word for your headings
- Do not use local formatting--redefine the style definitions
- Generate an automatic TOC. Word will do this from the headings as a field, which can be updated.
- Use the Acrobat tab to create the PDF.
- In Preferences on the Acrobat tab, confirm that the Heading styles will create both Bookmarks and Links.